Our digital world makes parts of our lives easier, but it also puts a great deal of strain on our eyes, demanding that we see up-close more often, read poorly-defined words, or read with a glare on the screen. Oftentimes, this can lead to what is called Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
, or Digital Eye Strain. The American Optometric Association categorizes this as vision-related problems or discomfort as a result of the frequent use of tablets, smartphones, computers, or other digital devices.
The extent of vision-related problems that you may experience from CVS is dependent upon your visual abilities, such as misalignment, farsightedness, etc. If your vision problems go untreated, they will exacerbate the discomfort you will experience from prolonged digital device use. If you are required to spend a great deal of time in front of a computer or other digital device and experience any of the symptoms listed above, the Neurolens system can relieve your symptoms by actually treating the cause of your discomfort.
Most people suffer from at least some of these symptoms. Are you one of them?
If you’re unsure whether or not Neurolens is right for you, check out the lifestyle index to find out! The Lifestyle index will tell you whether or not the symptoms you’re experiencing could be a result of trigeminal over-stimulation.