Dr. Harvey Moscot gave an entertaining and informative presentation today on Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) to the employees of Credit Suisse. Nearly 175 million Americans suffer from symptoms attributed to CVS, making it the most common work-related problem in America. Dr. Moscot helped the Credit Suisse team better understand what CVS is, how it's caused, and most importantly, what they can do to prevent or rectify CVS symptoms such as eyestrain, eye fatigue, dry-irritated eyes, burning eyes, focusing problems, light sensitivity, double vision, blurred vision, and even back pain, neck pain and headaches.
If you find yourself spending countless hours in front of a screen – be it a PDA, TV, or computer monitor - and lets face it, who doesn't - you may be suffering from CVS. Click here to learn more about Computer Vision Syndrome and how an anti-fatigue lens may be able to help.