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Every day, 12 year old Joe Bob stares at funny cat videos after school for hours. Today was just like any day.
HA HA! I love watching these funny cat videos!
Suddenly, he feels eyestrain, headache, and his vision plunges into a blurry haze. He kneels down and blinks a few times, but nothing happens.
My eyes! Their SO dry and blurry! Ugh! I'm feeling a headache coming on, too! Wait, why am I getting neck and shoulder pain, too.?
He goes downstairs to tell his mother about the situation.
Mom, I was watching my cat videos today, and suddenly my eyesight blurred and I got a headache!
Ahh, you must have computer vision syndrome.
Computer vision syndrome happens to 75% of people that work with computers everyday, most markedly those over 40. You're not an exception, Joe. It is caused by poor lighting, poor seating posture, and uncorrected vision problems.
But how do I get better?
Well, that's a good question, Joe.
Let me phrase it as a quote. "To relieve some of the stresses and strains, make sure you look up and far away, preferably out a window or across a room, about every 15 [years]” --- Dr. Dubow.
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