When working at a computer, it’s important to adopt proper ergonomic computer posture as poor posture can lead to headaches, neck aches, and backaches. It is also important to reduce the glare on your screen by turning it away from bright lights and windows or by using an anti-glare screen cover. Setting your screen’s colour contrast and brightness to closely match your environment will also relieve stress on your eyes.
On top of these steps, you can also ask your optometrist about anti-reflective coating for eyeglass lenses. This coating is designed to help protect your eyes from bright or flickering lights, like the fluorescent lights in many office buildings.
If you are suffering from symptoms of digital eye strain, call us today and book your comprehensive eye exam.