In November, our newsletter summarises what exactly is Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and what are some easy ways to prevent it's symptoms.
Computer Vision Syndrome refers to a collection of unpleasant symptoms that result from prolonged computer or screen usage. As the use of screens increases and our time spend on devices gets longer, more and more people are experiencing strain on their visual systems.
Symptoms include headaches, blurry vision, dry eyes, pain in the neck and shoulders. These common symptoms can be significantly decreased with some simple changes.
Some ways to prevent CVS include:
Ensuring that the prescription of your glasses match your eyes is important for preventing Computer Vision Syndrome symptoms and improving quality of life.
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