Computer Vision Syndrome: Symptoms and Prevention
According to American Optometric Association, people who spend two or more nonstop hours in front of a computer screen are prone to eye problems. These involve eyestrain, blurred vision, dry eye, redness, double vision and irritation, collectively called as Computer Vision Syndrome or CVS. This graphic lined-up the primary ocular symptoms and prevention of this condition. See also How Screen Addiction Harm Kids.