Tips to Care for Your Eyes When You Work on a Computer

Are you experiencing physical fatigue, eye twitching, or an increase in work errors? What about eye reddening or decreased productivity? Believe it or not, you could be suffering from computer eye strain, or Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). An unpleasant condition, it has become a major issue in today’s workplace and affects between 50 and 90 percent of people who work with computers!

At Classic Vision Care, we are committed to you and your eyes. Today, we would like to share some tips with you that will help you care for your eyes when you work on a computer:

Here at Classic Vision Care, we offer comprehensive eye exams, and we are happy to talk with you about your computer usage and the eyewear options available. We care about you and your eyes!

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