In contemporary society, computer has become an indispensable tool in people’s work, life and study. It brings great convenience and improvement to us. However, just as every coin has two sides, although computer provides people with a lot of advantages and convenience, in the mean time, it also exerts some adverse effects on us.
Just like sunglasses protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays, the computer glasses protect your eyes from computer radiation. These are the types or bands of radiations that comes from computer like hertzian waves, x radial, static electricity and so on. For each of these radiations has a different level of damage. Eye disorders have not only been linked to radiations but protecting the eyes from any damage should be of the utmost importance.
If you work at the computer screen all day, you may be wearing the wrong glasses completely. Many people don’t know that computer glasses even exist. Printed material is at a different distance than a computer screen. There are special glasses just for the purpose of working with computers. You may also have a style of reading glasses that force you to put your head back to view the monitor. This is putting strain on your neck. There are special glasses just for this problem. You wouldn’t wear reading glasses for driving, or at least I hope you wouldn’t. The same thing goes for computer screens.
When you wear the correct glasses for a computer, this will optimize your productivity. You will be able to see at a distance of eighteen to twenty eight inches instead of the usual sixteen to eighteen inches for reading. You may be finding yourself sitting too close to the computer if you can only see thirteen inches in front of you. This places you closer to the screen and the EMF (electromotive force) emitted from the computer as well. There are a lot of things to think about when wearing improper eyewear. When it comes to caring for your eyes, don’t cut costs. You only have two eyes and good vision is so important. Let the eye care professionals determine what course and type of glasses would be best for you and your lifestyle.