Treating Computer Vision Syndrome




Some of the treatments for Computer Vision Syndrome, or CVS, are cutting the glare, rearranging your desk, giving your eyes a break, and tweaking your settings.

Dr. Richard Simon, Ophthalmologist with Baptist Outpatient Services, says you can adjust your monitor, getting your working length from the computer to a point where it is comfortable: “Don’t get too close on it, don’t get too far away, get your settings right, but the main thing is just take a break.”

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