CVS

Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is “the complex of eye and vision problems which are experienced by computer users” The vision problems at computers result in visual inefficiencies and in eye-related symptoms. The causes for the inefficiencies and the visual symptoms are individual vision disorders and/or poor visual ergonomics. The symptoms occur whenever the visual demands of the task exceed the visual abilities of the individual. The vision problems of computer users are very real, they are very prevalent and we know most of the bases for the problems. The visual symptoms can largely be resolved with proper management of the environment and by providing proper visual care for the computer worker. The most common problems faced by computer users are: Eye strain / eye tiredness, Headaches, Blurred vision, Dry / irritated eyes, Burning sensation, Neck/ back aches, High light sensitivity, After images, Double vision.