Computer glasses are task-specific glasses designed to meet the visual needs of the activity. And, depending on the individual’s vision correction needs and type of work, there are several options when selecting computer-specific glasses. For this reason, we offer some insight on things to consider when getting a pair of computer glasses.
Digital eye strain, also referred to as computer vision syndrome, is the physical discomfort that follows after prolonged computer use. Whether it is your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone, many individuals experience eye discomfort and vision problems when viewing digital screens for an extended period of time. As screen time increases at home or in the office, so do symptoms. From dry eyes and headaches, to shoulder and neck pain as well as blurred vision, the extent to which an individual will experience visual symptoms often depends on their level of visual ability and amount of time spent looking at a digital screen.