Computer Vision FAQs

You are at great risk of developing vision problems and eye strain related to computer vision syndrome if you have a job that requires extensive computer use. At Today’s Vision Barker Cypress in Cypress, TX, our optometrist diagnoses and treats computer vision to preserve your vision. Here are some frequently asked questions about computer vision syndrome.

Computer Vision FAQs

What is computer vision syndrome?

Computer vision syndrome is a condition that results from staring at a digital screen for long periods of time, whether it be a computer screen or another device. You may notice symptoms such as double vision, neck strain, eye strain, headaches, eye redness, dry eye, and blurred vision.

Who is at risk for developing computer vision?

Any person that uses digital devices excessively can develop computer vision syndrome. However, most symptoms associated with this condition are temporary and usually subside if you take a break from your computer or another device. However, if you also have a refractive vision error, symptoms of computer vision can make your condition worse. Our optometrist can determine if your vision is being affected by the use of digital devices.

Is there any way I can protect my eyes from computer vision?

You may want to consider using glasses with an anti-glare coating and a blue light filter to protect your eyes from symptoms of computer vision syndrome. It is also important to limit your use of digital devices, if possible, to help decrease your risk of developing vision problems. However, if you must use a computer because of the type of job you have, we recommend that you follow these tips to protect your eyes:

  • Every 20 minutes, take a break and look at objects at least 20 feet away for 20 seconds or so to give your eyes a rest.
  • When you are using your computer, blink more often to avoid developing dry eyes.
  • To avoid eye strain, make sure to have enough lighting while you are using your computer.
  • Keep your computer monitor at arm’s distance and at eye level.
  • Be sure to schedule an annual eye exam with our eye doctor to help catch any vision problems early on.

How can our eye doctor help manage computer vision symptoms?

You can easily reduce your risk of vision problems and eye strain by working closely with our eye doctor when it comes to issues related to computer vision. We will make sure that you have appropriate eyewear to work comfortably in while you are on your computer. We will also make sure that you are not suffering from too much blue light exposure.

Visit Our Optometrist in Cypress, TX for Computer Vision Treatment

If you are suffering from computer vision, we can help. At Today’s Vision Barker Cypress in Cypress, TX, our optometry team will provide treatment options to alleviate pain from computer vision. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

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