When working in front of a computer all day, one might experience blurred vision, eye strain or headaches. All of these are symptoms of computer vision syndrome and might be alleviated by wearing a good pair of computer reading glasses.
Computer glasses are specially designed to accommodate a distance from the eyes of approximately 20 to 26 inches, whereas normal reading glasses are designed to read something much closer. A person in need of computer readers may be experiencing the aforementioned symptoms or even find themselves tilting their head to look through the bottom portion of their reading glasses lens or moving their head towards the computer screen. This can ultimately lead to neck problems. A proper eye exam and a good pair of computer reading glasses might be the answer.