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October is Computer Learning Month

Computers occupy every facet of our lives, from our ubiquitous smartphones to our desktops, laptops, and tablets. It is well documented that our eye function and focus differently while looking at digital text and pixels vs printed material. While ergonomics play a role, eye fatigue and comfortable vision are most dependent on the eye wear we use, and many computer users have Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Studies show that 50% – 90% of computer users experience the symptoms of CVS.

Dr. Kaminski recommends the Shamir WorkSpace lens and he wears this lens in both of his offices.