North Carolina’s Choice for Computer Glasses

In today’s media-saturated culture, it can be easy to spend a significant portion of the day sitting in front of a computer screen — work not excluded. In fact, computer-related eyestrain is the #1 complaint reported among today’s office workers.

But cubicle dwellers aren’t the only ones suffering from serious eye strain. If you spend three or more hours in front of a computer, tablet, smartphone or similar electronic device on a daily basis, you may be at risk for Computer Vision Syndrome, or CVS.

Common Signs of Computer Vision Syndrome

Today, Computer Vision Syndrome affects approximately 75% of all computer users, and typically results in one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Headaches
  • Eye strain
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Blurred vision
  • Double vision
  • Irritated eyes
  • Dry eyes
  • Neck aches
  • Backaches

If you are a regular computer user and find yourself dealing with any of the above symptoms, don’t wait to visit the NC eye doctors at Eye Care Associates!

During your eye exam, we’ll talk to you about your current eyewear, your work environment, how often you look at screens, and much more to determine the best vision care solution for you, including the latest generation of contact lenses, computer-specific glasses or unique, anti-glare glasses.

Suffering from Computer Eye Strain in Raleigh, Cary & Beyond? Call Eye Care Associates.

Interested in having your eyes checked for CVS? Wondering if computer glasses could help reduce eye strain caused by spending too much time staring at a screen?

Request an appointment at your local Eye Care Associates today!

We offer convenient locations in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Burlington, Wilmington and surrounding areas in Central and Eastern North Carolina.