Minimizing Eye Strain and Computer Vision Syndrome

With the widespread use of computers today comes a higher incidence of eye strain and computer vision syndrome for many people. These kinds of afflictions can make life miserable and can seriously affect our ability to complete our daily tasks both at work and at home. Fortunately, treatment for eye strain can consist of making simple changes to your daily habits and environment, although any underlying eye condition will probably require the skills of an eye care professional.

Some tips for minimizing eye strain and computer vision syndrome:

Classic Vision Care cares about you and your eyes. When it comes to computer vision syndrome or eye strain, we are always here to help.

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