Computer Vision Treatment

Computer Vision Treatment

Treating Computer Vision

It seems that just about everything has gone digital these days. While this is great for convenience, productivity, and more, it’s not the greatest thing for eye health. Computer vision syndrome is becoming more and more common. Fortunately, our family eye care team at Family Vision Clinic is here to help.

What Is Computer Vision Syndrome?

Digital screens, such as those on your computer, tablet, and phone, can be difficult to see clearly due to glare and a lack of sharpness. When looking at these screens, people tend to squint to see more clearly and, often, lean over the device or get too close. As many people spend hours with their devices, it can lead to some very uncomfortable side effects, including:

  • Eye strain or fatigue
  • Scratchy, dry eyes
  • Headaches
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Blurred or double vision

Risks Factors

Anyone can experience computer vision syndrome, but some factors make you more likely to notice the symptoms, including:

  • People with untreated vision problems: Seeing your screen clearly is even more difficult if you’re already experiencing issues with your vision.
  • People who wear contacts: Studies have shown that people who wear contact lenses are more likely to have trouble with computer vision. You can speak with your eye doctor to determine the best contacts for your needs if you spend a lot of time on a device.
  • Those who work on computers: The longer you stare at a screen, the higher the chance of experiencing computer vision.
  • Teenagers: Most teenagers live online, but pediatric eye care can help reduce the symptoms of computer vision.
  • People with poor lighting or workspace setup: The lighting around you can impact how well you see your screen. If you use your device in areas that aren’t set up ergonomically, you’re more likely to use bad posture while on your device.

Treatment of Computer Vision Syndrome

Fortunately, computer vision isn’t a permanent condition, but it’s vital to address it. One of the first steps to doing so is through an eye exam. A comprehensive eye exam will allow your eye doctor to detect any underlying vision problems and prescribe the best eyeglasses or contact lenses for your needs. Keep all pediatric eye care and family eye care appointments to ensure prescriptions are up-to-date.

Get Computer Vision Treatment in Farmington, MN

From your eye exam and eyewear fittings to recommendations for eliminating computer vision symptoms, our team at Family Vision Clinic is here for you. Call us today at (651) 463-2020 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form


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