Computer Vision Syndrome
A temporary condition, Computer Vision Syndrome is caused by focusing the eyes on a computer display for uninterrupted periods of time. This condition affects approximately 90% of people who spend three or more hours a day at a computer, according to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
Common Symptoms: headaches, blurred vision, redness in the eyes, eye strain, dry or irritated eyes and double vision.
Options for care: Artificial tears and sprays can be used to help reduce the irritation and dryness from extended straining of the eyes. Tears Again ADVANCED Eyelid Spray provides a cool, refreshing mist that soothes, lubricates and protects against moisture loss.