Computer vision syndrome
If you work in an office or look at a computer regularly, then visual impairments like dry eye syndrome are far more likely.
But enhanced reading lenses or ‘office lenses’ could be a solution to your problem.
Office lenses have a longer focal distance in the top half of the lens and shorter focus in the bottom half, for close up work. This will allow you to sit comfortably in front of your computer screen with your vision unharmed.
Dry eyes are also often a complaint of those who work in an office. Though air conditioned environments are notoriously bad for this issue, excess eyestrain is also a major cause.
Having a lens with combined distances will be will significantly reduce eye strain, reducing the likelihood of developing dry eye syndrome.
Our principal optician Peter has extensively researched reading glasses and computer-based visual issues, so you can rest assured that you’ll be advised by one of the best in the field.
To find out more about these visual conditions, or to book an appointment, please don’t hesitate to get in touch