The effects of trying to adapt Computer
- Eye Strain
- Visual Headaches
- Blurred Vision
- Double Vision
- Dry and Irritated Eyes
- Neck and Back Pain
- Light Sensitivity
- Color Distortion
Computer Eyewear and the Bottom Line
A study conducted by the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Optometry examined the relationship between the vision of computer workers and their productivity in the workplace. According to the UAB study, the economic benefit to employers of providing computer eye wear to their employees can be determined by measuring the average gain in productivity for computer workers over a one-year period, and dividing this productivity gain by the costs associated with the eye wear.
“Our data strongly suggest that improving the visual status of workers using computers results in greater productivity in the workplace, as well as improved visual comfort,” said Kent Daum, OD phD, the study’s chief investigator.
TeleHD Computer Performance Eyewear Benefits
- Decrease eyestrain, headaches, fatigue, and dry eyes.
- Retain your focal point when using the computer for prolonged periods
- All eyewear is scientifically engineered for each individual