Saturday, July 28, 2012

computer vs health

We spend pretty much all day looking at screens and this not only takes a toll on our laziness but also our eyes and the ‘Healthy Eyes in a Digital World’ offers some quick tips on how to keep up your opticals.

Staring at a screen for prolonged periods of time can make one contract CVS (Computer Vision Syndrome). Symptoms of CVS include blurry vision, headaches, dry eyes and even long-term nearsightedness. However, this infographic will help you understand what little things you can do when sitting at the computer to decrease your likelihood of damaging your eyes and potentially start improving their condition. By changing posture, taking break every 20 minutes and getting vision test apps on the smartphone, one can avoid the dangers of CVS and other eye threats.

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