Avoiding “computer eyes” in a digital world
By the end of each work week most of us find ourselves a bit bleary-eyed. We have joked in the past in our office that it’s just another case of “computer eyes.” Well, that may not be so far from the truth. It’s a digital world and our eyes are just living in it, so we must adapt to keep them healthy and to avoid Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Yep, it does exist.
According to an infographic (below) by Mezzmer Eyeglasses, CVS can cause blurry vision, headaches, dry eyes and possibly even long-term nearsightedness. There are things you can do to help your aching eyes, and that includes adjusting your work station to be more ergonomic. Check out the information below for some suggestions and examples of how technology may help.