Desk. Friday , March 16th , 2018 - 21:06:05 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.
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.
While having an appropriate chair is important when sitting at a computer desk, properly configuring the chair that you have will go a long way toward increased comfort and ease. Sitting at the computer desk for long periods can increase muscle stress and put pressure on the spinal disks. The way you sit at your computer desk chair can make a big difference in combating this stress and strain to the body.
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