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Using computer glare screens is ineffective for CVS

Computer eye strain reducer Today more and more people are aware that reducing the stress related to computer use is important not only for personal comfort, but also to increase productivity in the workplace. Many offices now supply computer glare screen for this reason, and these are effective in reducing the glare reflected off the screen.

According to the experts, computer screens do not emit enough harmful rays to cause eye damage, but the eye strain caused by staring into the glare is substantial. Blocking this steady glare with computer anti-glare screens, especially in well-lit offices with many sources of direct light, can be very helpful in that regard. However, glare screens have no relevance to CVS, which is caused by the strain of constantly refocusing your eyes when working at a computer.
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