The results of the research undertaken from National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health of Los Angeles shows, nearly 88 percent of all computer users experience computer vision syndrome (CVS), it is a condition that occurs when our eyes too long focused on the computer screen.
The characteristics of this syndrome is blurred vision, and not infrequently to cause pain in the head, neck pain, his eyes were tired, dry, and irritated and difficult to re-focus.
If you are experiencing, you should start doing countermeasures.
"Our eyes are not conditioned to constantly look at the computer screen, eight hours a day," he said.
Schlanger suggested, the first step to do is wear glasses with special lenses for computer. "Some companies are now beginning to make the top lenses are designed to look at the computer." said Schlanger.
Users also have the contact lens solution, by replacing the new generation contact lenses made from silicone hydrogel. "This type silicon allows oxygen transmission power is higher than other types," said Schlanger.
Another step that can be done is to look away from the computer screen. Drink lots of water while in office. This helps the body was not dehydrated, so there is enough water supply that allows the body to produce tears, and keep the eyes to not drying.
Point of view, the computer should also be fitted, the top of the screen to eye level. Adjust the light / dark screen (brightness), and make sure there was no blinding reflections from other light sources.