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More work needs to be done to specifically define the processes that cause computer vision syndrome and to develop and improve effective treatments that successfully address these causes.
It'll give the eyes a chance to refresh, and may reduce symptoms of computer vision syndrome.
Prescription eyewear for computer vision syndrome can gain an employer about $5,400 worth in productivity for someone who earns about $60,000 a year," she said.
CVS or Computer Vision Syndrome affects 50% to 90% of computer users who experience decreased blinking and dry and red eyes.
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The company is working with health professionals to educate consumers about Computer Vision Syndrome, which affects nearly 90 percent of computer users, and is developing other products to alleviate the condition.
9 percent experience symptoms of computer vision syndrome, including blurred vision, dry burning eyes, delayed focus, or altered color perceptions.
The antiglare property also prevents the transmission and reflection of 99% UVB ultra violet light from reaching the user's eyes, which can cause eyestrain and computer vision syndrome.
But along with the boon come the bad news -- eye stress and other problems related to spending hours in front of the computer called computer vision syndrome.
Additionally, the bi-weekly blog, written by Lara Greenberg, offers tips on important topics, such as protecting eyes at the beach, understanding computer vision syndrome and using eyeglasses to prevent headaches.
To balance getting the best educational experience by becoming familiar with computers at an early age, the same precautions we apply to adult VDU users may reduce a young child's risk of fatigue-related eye strain, computer vision syndrome (7) and computer ergonomics problems.
All that screen time may increase efficiency, but it can also lead to symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS), such as dry eyes, eye strain, blurred vision and headaches.
Washington, July 29 (ANI): If you use a computer more than two hours a day, you could be suffering from Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).
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