Computer Vision FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about Computer Vision

If you work at a job that has you in front of a computer screen all day, you may fall victim to computer vision syndrome. This syndrome is a common eye issue with many annoying and painful symptoms. As more people start working at computers, more people develop this syndrome. If you have computer vision, you need to call us at Clinton Eye Associates in Clinton, CT, and make an appointment to see the optometrist for an exam.


What Is Computer Vision?

Getting computer vision happens because the computer screen makes your eyes work harder to read text. Reading printed text is much easier on the eyes. As a person spends many hours in front of a computer screen, their eyes are strained with the effort. With the eyes working harder, it can lead to several symptoms in computer workers.

What Are Computer Vision Symptoms?

There are many symptoms that you may experience when you have computer vision. In addition, you may get dry eyes, watery eyes, itchiness in the eyes, or your eyes may become red. It can also cause double vision and blurry vision. Not all symptoms are in the eyes, however. Patients often have neck or shoulder pain and may get headaches. It's good to know that none of the symptoms of this syndrome will be permanent. Once you get treatment for the condition, the symptoms should end.

How Is Computer Vision Treated?

There are several ways to curb your computer vision. First, taking frequent breaks from the computer screen is a good idea. Doing this every 20 minutes for 20 seconds is a great way to help your eyes feel better. If you have a terrible posture, improving your posture can also help the condition. You can also make a conscious effort to blink more frequently to help with the dryness and irritation. Finally, if you have a glare on your computer screen, you also need to change the lighting to get rid of that glare.

See Our Optometrist

When you need an optometry exam, we can help you at our Clinton Eye Associates in Clinton, CT. As a result, you can feel better with treatment and have more comfortable hydrated eyes for daily activities. If you have further questions, don't hesitate to speak to our optometrist during your consultation. Contact our office at (860) 669-2020 to schedule an appointment.

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