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Computer vision syndrome is not only an area of concern in the United States, but also a prevalent issue throughout the world (Kirk & Strong, 2010).
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.
The American Optometric Association defines computer vision syndrome as a group of eye and vision-related problems that occur due to prolonged computer usage.
A: Computer vision syndrome, or CVS, is the label for the dry, burning eyes and blurred vision often associated with staring at the computer.
The three most effective solutions I've found for computer vision syndrome are low-tech lighting fixes.
While carpal tunnel syndrome and computer vision syndrome resulting from excessive use of desktops is old news, there are many new problems that are cropping up.
The relationship of computer vision syndrome to musculoskeletal disorders [Internet].
workforce using computers for more than three hours per day experience CVS, computer vision syndrome, in some form.
The malady is computer vision syndrome, and a health care strategy to combat the problem is called 20/20/20: Every 20 minutes, the computer user should take a break for at least 20 seconds and look at objects that are 20 feet away.
Recent studies have shown that using computers for three hours a day at a stretch can prompt health risks such as Occupational Overuse Syndrome OUS, Computer Vision syndrome CVS, tension headaches, low back pains and psychosocial stress.
Computer Eyed's over-the-counter bifocal computer readers are affordable and fashionable, and they prevent the symptoms of computer vision syndrome, says a company spokesman.
All of this time can adversely affect their eyes and vision and result in Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).
Nick Mamalis, professor of ophthalmology at the Moran Eye Center, explains that computer vision syndrome (CVS) is a problem for many people who spend more than two hours on a computer each day.
The aging population and the increasing prevalence of work-related conditions like Computer Vision Syndrome across all age groups is making people more aware of eye health and vision and the importance of regular eye examinations.
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