Why choose us?
All our computer eye strain glasses are anti-glare, anti-fatigue, and anti-strain meaning you can enjoy your technological devices whenever you want without having to worry about the harmful blue light that they emit.
We provide the best computer glasses for men and the best computer glasses for women, with all our blue light blocking glasses available at everyday low prices.
When you shop computer reading glasses with us, you are guaranteed:
- Handpicked premium products
- CE approved glasses
- Stylish modern frames
- UV blocking properties
- Unrivalled value for money
- Long-term protection
- Relief from screen headaches
- Prevention of eye strain
- UK based customer service
Why do you need glasses for computer work?
You are probably already aware that spending too much time in front of a computer, phone or tablet is not great for your eyesight.
But do you know the true extent of the damage that blue light can have on your overall wellbeing?
Staring at a screen without wearing glasses for computer use can result in eye strain, eye ache, and general eye pain, as well as the potential for migraines and interference with your sleep patterns. Long-term overexposure can even lead to computer vision syndrome which results in your eyes being unable to recover from the constant strain of focusing on a computer screen.
Fortunately, our extensive range of reading glasses for compute glare that include both men’s computer reading glasses and computer glasses for women offer 100% protection from prolonged computer screen usage. Plus, they offer UV protection so you can use your smartphone or tablet on the go without having to worry about either the glare from your device or the harmful rays of the sun.
What are the signs of computer eyes strain?
The good news about eye strain is that in most cases it isn’t too serious and will go away once you give your eyes time to rest.
That being said, prolonged overexposure to screens without adequate reading glasses can cause persistent problems with the most common signs of eyestrain being:
- Eye discomfort
- Headaches or migraines
- Sore and itchy eyes
- Difficulty focusing and concentrating
- Dry eyes
- Watery eyes
- Blurred or double vision
- Increased sensitivity to light
Although you may not be able to reduce the amount of time you spend in front of a screen at work, there are steps you can take to safeguard your vision and reduce your risk of computer eye strain.
How can I protect my eyes from digital eye strain?
Regular eye examinations
If you are spending long amounts of time in front of harmful blue light, then you need to make sure that you are taking the time to go and see an eye doctor. If you use a computer at work, your employer is obliged to provide you with an eye examination when requested.
Focus on further away objects
It is very important that you rest your eyes every so often when you are spending long periods of time doing computer reading. Aim to look at objects that are far away as this will relax your eye muscles and reduce eye fatigue.
It is a lot harder to focus on a computer or phone screen if you have the sun shining directly on your device. Use blinds where possible to help block out the bright rays and avoid sitting under overhead fluorescent lights.
Reflections from your computer screen can cause even more strain on your eyes leading to an increased risk of headaches and watering. An anti-glare screen actively reduces glare and is a much easier option than having to sit in a pitch black room.
Change your desk layout
Having to constantly look down at your paperwork and then back up to your computer screen can play havoc with your eyesight. Instead, place any essential documents on a stand directly next to your screen. You should also make sure that your chair is at the optimal height and that your screen is not positioned too close or far away from your face.
Choose the perfect pair of computer reading glasses
Picking a pair of premium computer protection glasses from our extensive range of high-quality, low-cost reading glasses can mean the difference between a comfortable and productive day at the office, or a painful and stressful one.
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