Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer vision syndrome describes general problems experienced by a computer user in relation to their vision and eyes. Some common symptoms are eyestrains, headaches, blurry vision (even with glasses on), dry eyes and general discomfort around the eyes. Viewing a computer screen is straining and strenuous for the eyes and visual system due to glare, reflections, contrast and definition to name a few. Some people are more susceptible to the symptoms of computer vision syndrome especially in presence of uncorrected long sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia as well as general binocular vision imbalance or problems.