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When Your Eyes Work Too Hard for Traditional Progressive Lenses

Do you wear progressive lenses but have difficulty working for long hours on digital devices?  Visual fatigue is a common problem among people who work for extended times on their computers, tablets and phones.  Symptoms may include eyestrain, headaches, burning eyes and neck and back pain.  While progressive lenses are usually fine for reasonable work demands, your eyes can only take so much.  Fortunately, there’s a  lens that is specially designed to alleviate this problem.  CompuClear lenses provide a larger intermediate area, creating a more relaxed, comfortable visual experience while still providing room for reading and other close-up activities.   They’re an excellent complement to regular progressive lenses when work requires more time on digital devices than your eyes can comfortably accommodate.  CompuClear lenses also include a non-glare treatment to eliminate visual fatigue from glare caused by overhead lights and light from digital devices.   So if your progressive lenses aren’t allowing you to work comfortably on your computer, tablet or phone, give us a call 860-763-4733.