Desk. Thursday , January 18th , 2018 - 13:36:44 PM
Working at a desk top computer over fifty years of age with your general purpose prescription eyeglasses can be challenging on your eyes. The eye’s focusing ability is under a strain to keep the content on the screen clear. Just because you can see the computer screen clearly through the distant portion of your glasses doesn’t mean you are not taxing the eye’s focusing ability to maintain a sharp focus. Also, lifting your chin up to see through the mid portion of your progressive style lenses will have consequences on your neck and back due to poor ergonomics. The reason you are using a bifocal is to see at close reading distance clearly for extended periods of time.
Get some paper towel. It will be used to soak up the excess liquid from the desk surface. Fold it to make it into more layers to soak up the liquid. When you have pulled away all of the liquid that didn’t sink into the pores of the wood, apply another paper towel on the stain and pour some bleach onto it. Let it sit for a couple of minutes and repeat for 10 minutes or so.
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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