The most common symptoms associated with CVS or digital eyestrain
- Blurred vision.
- Dry eyes.
- Neck and shoulder pain.
These symptoms may be caused by:
- Poor lighting.
- Glare on a digital screen.
- Improper viewing distances.li>
- Poor seating posture.
- Uncorrected vision problems.
- A combination of these factors.
The extent to which individuals
visual symptoms often depends on the
level of their visual abilities and the amount of time spent looking at
digital screen. Uncorrected vision problems like farsightedness and
inadequate eye focusing or eye coordination abilities, and aging changes
eyes, such as presbyopia, can all contribute to the development of
symptoms when using a computer or digital screen device.
Many of the visual symptoms experienced
users are only temporary and will
decline after stopping computer work or use of the digital device.
individuals may experience continued reduced visual abilities, such as
distance vision, even after stopping work at a computer. If nothing is
address the cause of the problem, the symptoms will continue to recur
perhaps worsen with future digital screen use.
Courtesy: American Academy Of Ophthalmology.