Have you been reading your book or daily newspaper farther away from your eyes than you used to? This is a common challenge with aging eyes. Many people first become farsighted—meaning that nearby objects look blurry even though more distant objects are clear—starting in their 40’s. This is due to presbyopia, a condition in which the aging lens of the eye becomes too stiff to focus clearly up close.
Why Choose to Learn Natural Vision Improvement?
Do you have to accept this fate? Fortunately, No! Think about what a “Stiff Lens” means: a part of the body (eye lens) that becomes tight and inflexible due to strain, repetitive poor vision habits and too little movement/exercise of your eyes.
Solution? Learn Natural Vision Improvement techniques to gently encourage the lens to naturally change shape enhancing flexibility, increase circulation, and learn Better Vision habits to not age your eyes.
An Introduction to Computer Vision Syndrome
Our eyes are overworked and out of shape and very tired. Handheld devices, phones, tablets, computer work — combined with poor ergonomics and posture — contribute to COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME and CHALLENGE IN AGING EYES. Add in glasses, contacts, artificial lighting, and limited fresh air all contribute to weak eyes and distorted, blurry vision!
Signs and Symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome
The most frequent signs or symptoms related to Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) or Digital Eye Strain are:
- shoulder and neck pain
- dry eyes
- blurred vision
These symptoms is usually due to:
- very poor lighting
- brightness or glare on a electronic screens
- improper viewing distances
- inappropriate seating position/ improper posture
- uncorrected vision issues
- the variety of these factors
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