Digital Eye Strain Solutions
Computer / Room Lenses
An indoor solution can be tailored to the required distances and needs. Offering optional depth and width perception at both near and intermediate distances. At your workplace, it is necessary to focus on your monitor, desk and colleagues at different distances. Constantly jumping from distances and focusing for long periods of time, becomes very strenuous for your eyes. Subconscious changes made to your posture have to be compensated for, and often result in pain in back, shoulders and neck that is often difficult to locate and treat.
Anti Fatigue Lenses
Spending a large amount of time looking at digital screens (or any near object) means our eyes are constantly exerting more effort to focus. The way we look at the world and use our eyes has changed over time. We used to spend most of our time looking at far and intermediate distances. Today we primarily focus on near objects. Spending more hours per day looking at our multiple digital screen. Most of us don’t realise the harmful effect this shift has on our eyes and vision, causing eye fatigue and digital eye strain. Symptoms can include:
-Neck or back pain (Through stress placed on your cervical spine)
Anti Fatigue lenses are specifically designed for people who spend long periods of time looking at near objects such as digital screens and require glasses to see things clearly in the distance; their lens design is for every day use, with a small boost correction at the bottom of the lens to reduce eye strain during close up activities. Resulting in relaxed eye mussels and less fatiguing of the eye.
Blue Light Coatings
From early morning until late at night we are using all kinds of digital devices, for work as well as for recreation. This requires our eyes to switch continuously between photos, illustrations and text or follow moving images. LCD and LED computer and television screens, smartphones, tablets and GPS devices all emit blue light, also known as high energy visible light. As the quality of such screens improves continuously, their blue light emission is increasing. Although blue light in itself is a natural phenomenon, it is present in daylight and helps us to stay awake, excessive amounts can have an adverse effect and cause eye strain and fatigue.
-Neutralises blue light, preventing from eye strain and fatigue
-Reduces glare for more comfortable and relaxed vision
-Better contrast perception, offering a more natural colour experience