Treating Computer Vision Syndrome

Treating Computer Vision Syndrome includes: frequent blinking, blinking exercises, lubricating eye drops (we always recommend preservative-free, even though they may be more expensive), and wearing moisture chamber goggles or wrap-around glasses.

Resting eyes frequently can help relieve symptoms.

Keeping the computer monitor below eye level, to minimize the surface area of the eye that is exposed, can help reduce symptoms.

Care should be taken so that transient Computer Vision Syndrome doesn’t turn into chronic Dry Eye Syndrome and any of the related co-morbidities.

Blinking Exercises
Glasses that Fog
Lubricating Drops
Moisture Chamber Goggles
Wrap-Around Glasses