26 Feb 2021


Sitting in front of the computer and having a headache and eye strains?

Feeling some kind of heaviness or dryness in the eyes after working on your computer screen. Then, you are in the right place. You might need a pair of optical glasses for better vision. 

These days all the workplaces whether modern or traditional have lots and lots of computers installed for working and it definitely has unpleasant effects on your eyes. You might not feel it right now but would definitely come across it in the future. It is pretty obvious that screens have a negative effect on the eyes and cause-related syndromes.

What Is Computer Vision Syndrome?

Many individuals experience eye discomfort and optical problems when viewing electronic screens for a longer period. The level of discomfort appears to increase with the use of the digital screen. While sitting on your workstations or by the end of the day; you definitely come across dizziness, headache, and heaviness. This may not cause many problems now but will surely get serious in the long run. 

You should immediately get computer glasses and get rid of uncomfortable eye situations


The most common computer vision syndrome symptoms are:

- Eyestrains

- Headaches

- Blurred vision

- Eye dryness

- Neck and shoulder pain

These symptoms are caused due to:

- Low lighting

- Glare on the electronic screen

- Inappropriate viewing distance

- Wrong sitting posture

- Uncorrected vision problems

What Are Computer Glasses?

Many of you wear eyeglasses to correct some kind of vision problem. But not all the glasses are right for all situations.

Computer glasses are totally different from regular glasses in that they are specifically made to reduce the eye strain caused by the use of computers, tablets, and related devices.

The average person sits for nine hours a day in front of a computer. These long hours make you more and more inclined towards problems. It is usual to the fact, that your eyes just feel tired and irritated at the end of the workday.

The anti-reflective coating on computer glasses helps to reduce the glare that bounces off the screen and light coming from the device. Glass color tinting is also a feature that helps in increasing the screen’s contrast amount without making it too sour for our eyes. 

It is recommended to use blue block lenses if you have a lot of digital work, as it is said prevention is better than cure.

What Are Blue Block Lenses?

Blue-light blocking glasses have filters in their lenses that block and absorb blue light, and sometimes even UV light, from getting through. If you use these glasses while working on a screen, especially after dark, they can help to decrease the exposure to blue light waves that can keep you awake.

A 2017 study done by the University of Houston found that participants wearing the glasses showed about a 58% increase in their nighttime melatonin levels.

All the working professionals and students out there, go get your blue block lenses asap and gift your eyes a relaxing vision.

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