Computer Vision Syndrome

According to the American Optometric Association, about 70 percent of Americans who use computers for more than 2 hours per day are at risk of developing Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). It is defined as an overuse of the eyes and central nervous system due to significant computer use. There are a number of symptoms of CVS, but there are a few ways computer users can avoid the problems associated with this little-known syndrome.

According to the American Optometric Association, about 70 percent of Americans who use computers for more than 2 hours per day are at risk of developing Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). It is defined as an overuse of the eyes and central nervous system due to significant computer use. There are a number of symptoms of CVS, but there are a few ways computer users can avoid the problems associated with this little-known syndrome.

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