We spend so much of our time staring at screens. We’re on our phones all day, we work on computers, and some even watch tv on their laptops. Digital eyestrain has become more and more common as technology improves. Digital eyestrain manifests in particular from the age of 30 upwards in the form of headaches and neckache, as well as burning or overtired eyes, either while using digital devices or afterwards. Your vision may remain clear, or it may fluctuate between clarity and blurriness, and you find that your eyes get sore, red and tired. If you suffer these symptoms, you might benefit from a pair of spectacles to use while working on your devices. Get your eyes examined.

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