What is Computer Vision Syndrome?
Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eyestrain refers to a group of eye problems found in many people who sit in front of computers for long hours at a stretch. Computer vision syndrome is a common condition that can cause your eyes to feel strained and irritated. Sometimes you may experience blurred vision, light sensitivity, headaches or stiffness and pain in the neck and lower back.
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