Computers, tablets, e-readers, smartphones and other electronic devices can cause tired eyes and eye strain. The visual demands of computer work are different from those associated with most other activities.
Computer glasses differ from regular glasses and reading glasses in a number of ways in order to optimise your eyesight when viewing your computer screen.
Computer screens usually are positioned 50 to 65 cms from the user's eyes. This is considered the intermediate zone of vision — closer than "distance" vision but further away than "near" vision.
Anti-reflection lens coatings can also help to reduce glare. Talk to us about the best lenses for computer use when you visit for your eye test.