"I use my computer a lot."


You may experience dryness, eye strain, eye twitching or redness if you spend a lot of time on the computer. One cause is less frequent blinking, but other factors can influence eye comfort during computer use.

There are many things your doctor will consider if he or she suspects you have computer vision syndrome, a catch-all term for computer-related eye discomfort and vision problems.

In many cases, a helpful remedy is wearing computer glasses with anti-reflective coating rather than contact lenses during computer work.

Read more about contact lens discomfort remedies, including contact lenses for dry eyes.


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