Why might young people with perfect vision need glasses for computer work?
Computer work involves focusing the eyes at close distances. Monitors are often placed too close (closer than default accommodation distance) to the operator because of space constraints in offices. People of all ages may experience symptoms of computer vision syndrome, and may require computer glasses to reduce these symptoms. No matter your age, you should talk with your eye specialist about the kind of work you do, how much time you work on a computer, how the work station is set up, and so on. Why do mature people need their vision corrected? Starting around the age of forty or so, the ability to focus on closer objects decreases – books and newspapers have to be held farther away to bring them into clear focus. This is probably the first sign of the condition called presbyopia (from Greek words meaning “old man’s eyes”). Another sign of presbyopia is that people’s ability to refocus quickly between near and far objects decreases. Most people over forty require the vision correctio
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