Avoid computer eye strain at work

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Office workers and others who spend long periods of time at their computers can take steps to reduce their risk. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Workplace hazards are a part of life for people in various professions. Office workers might not consider themselves vulnerable to injury when they’re at work, but individuals who spend much of their day staring at a computer screen are at risk of developing computer eye strain.According to The Vision Council, nearly 60% of individuals who routinely use computers and digital devices experience symptoms of computer eye strain. The health care experts at Cedars Sinai said that computer eye strain symptoms can include dry eyes, headache, blurred vision and eye twitching. Despite the prevalence of computer eye strain, office workers and others who spend long periods of time at their computers can take steps to reduce their risk.Redo the work environment. Cedars Sinai rec
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