I’m a computer user and I need comfortable glasses
Do any of these situations sound familiar to you?
I spend long working hours in front of my computer, and at times it seems like my eyes can’t focus on the screen anymore.
I spend a lot of time on the internet, but I realize that spending too much time in front of a screen every day is probably not good for my eyes.
Here’s how computers affect your vision
Spending more than an hour a day in front of a screen does put your eyes under a lot of strain.
As you look at your monitor, the muscles of your eyes that control the focusing effort are constantly under stress. With modern LED displays, your eyes are also subjected to a strong emission of high-energy blue light, which takes a toll on your eyes.
Computer-related eye fatigue translates into various symptoms such as difficulty focusing, dry eyes and general fatigue. However, there are Nikon lenses available that can provide your eyes with some much-needed relief while you use your computer.
The Nikon lenses that fit your needs
Nikon Relaxsee can be used as a normal eyeglass lens, but it also contains features that will bring some relief to fatigued eyes. This will help whenduring activities like using a computer, reading and spending long stretches of time using your near vision.
It can be combined with a Nikon blue-cut coating to protect your eyes from excess blue light emitted by LED screens, increasing contrast to improve your visual comfort.
*Note: Nikon Relaxsee is a lens best suited for those under the age of 45 who, under normal conditions, do not need reading glasses to see at near.
For those who do need reading glasses to correct their near vision, Nikon has lens solutions for this that will also provide relief when using a computer.