If your work requires you to spend the majority of your day on the computer, then you may be suffering from computer vision syndrome (CVS) and not be aware of it.
The fact is while the modern workforce is causing us to spend more of our time on computers than ever, the blue light you are exposed to when staring at these screens all day can cause a variety of problems from blurred vision and insomnia to red eyes. However, there are now computer glasses available that can help to block out some of this blue light, which can prevent, or reduce the effects of, CVS. If you work on a computer, here are just a few of the reasons to consider purchasing computer glasses.
Prevent Eye Strain (and Damage)
If you work on a computer for more than 4 hours a day, then it is likely that this is putting a strain on your eyes. Do you ever come home at the end of the day with blurred vision and/or feeling as though your eyes are tired? Do people comment that you have red eyes at the end of the day? These are signs of eye strain as a result of spending too much time on the computer. Computer glasses can help to reduce the effect of your computer’s damaging blue light, which can result in less eye strain and a reduced risk of long-term eye damage.
Not only can blue light make working on a computer uncomfortable and damaging over long periods of time, but also, the eye strain caused by blue light and computer vision syndrome can reduce your productivity. Eye strain caused by blue light can make it difficult to focus, and it can also make you tired. Glasses that filter out this blue light can help you to stay awake and remain focused, which can help you to boost your overall productivity.
For people who spend a large portion of their day working on the computer, a pair of computer glasses can be a great investment as they can reduce eye strain and make spending extended periods of time on the computer more bearable. Contact us to learn more about computer glasses and the benefits they provide.