Digital Eyestrain - Are You at Risk? [Infographic]
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Dec 02, 2013 | 5323 views | 0 0 comments | 53 53 recommendations | email to a friend | print
We live and communicate in an evolving digital world. More than a third of U.S. adults spend four to six hours a day with digital or electronic devices. While these devices enable instant communication, awareness and socialization, 70 percent of U.S. adults experience some form of digital eyestrain.

Computer tablets, smartphones and other hand-held products are designed for reading and close range use. As a result, eyes must constantly refocus and reposition to process graphics and text. To reduce fatigue, irritation, even vision problems over time, the correct glasses need to be worn. ZEISS' new computer lens, ZEISS Officelens, is designed specifically for computer and office work, so you can see your whole work area clearly and comfortably.




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