What is Computer Eye Syndrome?
What is this eye condition and how can you counteract its effects, or get rid of it?
CVS is essentially eye strain and pain caused by staring at a computer screen for long periods of time. I just wrote a hub about dry eyes that talks about how using computers and reading a lot can cause problems with dryness which inevitably leads to more problems like headaches. If you have a problem after using the computer for 45 minutes and taking a break doesn't help, you may need a prescription change in your glasses.
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