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Posted on 01-11-2017
Such a significant portion of our day spent hunched over a keyboard can take a toll on our body and our vision. In fact, Computer Vision Syndrome can cause headaches, dry eyes, blurred vision, and shoulder or neck pain.
Computer ergonomics is the science of designing a work environment to maximize efficiency and reduce the risk of injuries. Here are a few tips to reduce eye strain and other computer-associated issues.
Tired eyes can lead to headaches, fatigue and decreased productivity. Remember:
If you think you may be experiencing Computer Vision Syndrome, call and make an appointment today. Your health and vision are important to us. We do everything we can to make working with your computer comfortable for your vision.!
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