With the marked increase in the use of digital devices and technology, digital eye strain, or “computer vision syndrome”, has become a fact of life. More than 80 percent of Americans of all ages use digital devices for more than two hours a day, sometimes using multiple devices at a time. Our lives require extended use of computers and this strains the eyes more than looking at print. Eye strain usually starts after about two or more hours in front of a computer screen.
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