Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Vision Syndrome is a temporary condition that occurs when the eyes focuses on the computer screen for long, uninterrupted periods of time. The symptoms that occur from this includes headaches, blurred vision, neck and shoulder pain, fatigue, eye strain, dry, irritated eyes, and the difficulty in refocusing the eyes. It’s unlikely that this will cause any permanent damage to your eyes and/or vision. Workstation design, lighting, and uncorrected, undercorrected vision problems can further aggravate these symptoms.
Computer glasses can be use to reduce eye strain and blurriness, which will make you feel more comfortable using the computer. It can also increase worker productivity and satisfaction in the workplace. Computer glasses are used just for viewing the computer screen and any objects around the computer workstation. It’s not designed for general use or for driving.