Desk. Wednesday , January 17th , 2018 - 19:09:38 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.
Your bifocal add power allows your eyes to focus on reading with less accommodative (eye muscle and lens focusing ability) effort and greater comfort for long periods of time more efficiently. A dedicated pair of computer glasses or a computer clip-on will do the same thing for desk top viewing. Otherwise, looking at a PC monitor through the distant portion of your bifocal or progressive lenses is like walking versus riding the bicycle to work example; you my be able to do it but you eyes will get tired sooner. It has always been my belief that when your eyes get tired, so does your body. You now have a choice to beat sleepiness while working at the computer, and re-energize your eyes with better vision and with less physical stress on your posture.
The surface of the desk needs to allow a place so you can position a monitor directly in front of you, at least 20 inches away. The desk should provide a stable work surface and not be wobbly. The work surface of the desk should have a dull or a matte finish to help minimize reflections and glare. A desk that is adjustable may be the ideal solution if multiple people will be using the same desk.
Label :White Office Desk‚ Cubicle Furniture‚ Modular Desk along with Lap Desk‚ Computer Armoire‚ Office Desk also Secretary Desk‚
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