Many people think readers are just for books and newspapers, but they are for anything you do close up. While you can wear readers for computer and electronic devices, there are glasses that have a few more features that help you reduce strain and fatigue associated with daily computer use. Computer Vision Syndrome or Digital Eye Strain is one issue, which happens when your eyes focus on the computer screen or other device for uninterrupted periods of time. Eyes suffering from this syndrome can have trouble focusing on the screen or even at other objects. The optical-grade lenses reduce computer glare to prevent this type of eye strain. Frames from ComputerEyed are optical quality, and are designed to reduce neck and back pain as well as eye strain associated with computer use. Though we still recommend you take breaks at intervals to look at something other than a digital screen.
Many of these frames have bifocal lenses so there are two options for focus. This helps because the distance from the computer is different from the distance to a page. It also lets you adjust to different font and image sizes on the screen. You can also wear them when you take a moment to talk to someone and still see that person. In cases where the glasses are bifocals, the bifocal portion of the lens is double the strength of the rest of the lens.
Readers from ComputerEyed come in several bold designs that are office-smart. Choose from minimal metal frames to chunky plastic rims in bold colors. At EyeSave.com's discount prices, you can get a pair to match a few specific outfits, and a neutral pair that will blend into the office setting without attracting attention from your coworkers.