Desk. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 18:38:09 PM
Do you feel eyestrain or fatigued after only a few hours of working on the computer? Do you find that when you get up and move away from the computer for a short break you feel better, only to get sleepy again when you return back to the computer. This is common among computer users daily, especially the bifocal age computer users over 50. When your eyes get tired, so goes your body and mind. Learn how to re-energize your eyes so your body and mind stay alert.
Just because you sit at a desk for much of the day, don’t resign yourself to pain and muscle soreness. Starting with a variety of small adjustments, there is much you can do to position a more comfortable computer desk chair. By making some of the changes outline here, you should see an increase in energy, and a reduction in workplace fatigue
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.
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