Desk. Monday , January 29th , 2018 - 18:58:23 PM
Desk top computer use is usually more demanding beginning in the late forties or early fifties. Viewing through the distance portion of your eyeglasses to see just beyond the reading range to the computer screen puts a strain on your eyes by overworking the eye’s accommodative/focusing ability. The amount of lens power necessary to relieve the eyes from the stress is about half the amount of power necessary for you to read with.
Low risk of heart disease - In 1953, it was proposed that standing is better for heart health. A certain study found that bus conductors had half the risk of heart disease-related deaths as compared to their colleagues in the driver’s seats. This has prompted scientists to better understand the effects of sitting on heart health. This further means that the more time you spend just sitting, the greater is your risk for developing heart disease.
A dedicated pair of computer glasses will always work wonders, or if you want to save money a clip-on computer reading lens with the correct power magnification will solve the problem. This additional mid-range power will change the upper distant portion of the glasses to arm’s length computer distance. The clip-on user can see the computer screen without lifting their chin up and having to reposition themselves closer to the screen. This will immediately ease eyestrain and back pain associated with poor visual and physical posturing.
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