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Computer Vision Syndrome Have you ever been sitting at your computer surfing the web or maybe typing that important document at work but noticed that you could feel your eyes You should not be able to feel your eyes in their natural healthy state but so many people have become all too familiar with the many eye problems that can occur from the use of the computer This problem has become so wide spread that it has its own name Computer Vision Syndrome Computer Vision Syndrome or CVS by definition is the complex eye and vision-related problems associated with computer use These problems are rather new and unstudied due to the fact that computer use especially as intense as the use has become in past years is fairly new More time will be needed to come up with answers to why computer screens cause problems with our vision What we do know is that CVS is a recognized problem that stems from looking at computer monitors but there really is more to it than just looking When we look at our computer screens we are concentrating very intensely on what is on the screen Whether it is for work or for leisure our eyes are focused on an object that is producing light This light can be intense and can often be as equivalently bright as looking into a sixty-watt light bulb Now some people have recently said that television watching is similar to that of viewing computer screens This is true to a certain extent and only in very few cases The difference is that when we watch television we are not nearly as close to the screen as when we are at our computers The average computer monitor is placed two feet in front of our eyes When was the last time you watched television that closely This close range of head to monitor is what causes the intense light effect to
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