Eye Strain and Fatigue: What you can do to Prevent it

A lunch break is just once a day, but your eyes need a break much more often. Just follow the 20-20-20 rule when working in front of a computer screen: every 20 minutes, focus on something 20 feet away, for 20 seconds. It will help your eyes relax, easing eye strain and fatigue.

Another useful tip: add an anti-reflective coating to your lenses to help against eye strain and fatigue even more – plus your eyeglasses would look better too! The benefit of it is two-way. For you, more light is allowed to pass through the lens, minimizing reflections for clearer vision; at the same time, people looking at you actually see your eyes, and not the white reflections, so it makes your lenses cosmetically more appealing. (Our model in the pic does not have an antireflective coating on her pair of glasses, so you could see what we mean!)

Book an appointment with EYEPIC and our eyecare professionals will be happy to help you achieve clear and comfortable vision!

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