Computer Vision Syndrome also known as Digital Eye strain is a condition which causes due to prolonged usage of computer, computer, tablet or cell phone. Many people experience eye discomfort while using digital screen and the discomfort level increases with the amount of digital screen use.
The symptoms associated with Computer Vision Syndrome includes:
The main cause of Computer vision syndrome is prolonged use of digital screen that makes the eyes work harder. The other causes for CVS includes:
Many of the symptoms decline after stopping the use of digital device. Some individuals may experience continued reduced visual abilities even after stopping the usage of digital screens.
Computer vision syndrome can be diagnosed through an eye examination and other factors which include
Usually computer vision syndrome are alleviated by regular eye care and by making changes in how the person views the digital screen. Sometimes, Eye glasses or contact lenses are prescribed to maximize visual abilities and comfort and in other cases a vision therapy may be done for correcting problems with eye coordination or eye focusing
How to avoid CVS?
Some important factors to avoid or reduce CVS are:
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