The benefits of computer glasses are immediate and in some cases spectacular.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2015
San Francisco-based Francis Drake Eyewear, an online retailer of affordable prescription eyewear, has recently added a Computer Glasses prescription option to their updated website. Now there is an easy and affordable solution to help people alleviate their Computer Vision Syndrome symptoms.
Computer Vision Syndrome is a very common disorder nowadays because of frequent computer use. Statistics from Computer-Vision-Syndrome.org show that if you spend more than 2 hours daily on a computer, you have a 90% chance of getting eyestrain or some other CVS symptom. Doctors estimate that nearly 143 million Americans suffer from CVS.
Symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome include headaches, neck aches, eyestrains, backaches, blurry vision and dizziness. CVS can also make someone very lethargic and less productive.
The good news is that a pair of prescription eyeglasses made specifically for you when using your computer can help alleviate and in some cases, eliminate the side effects of CVS.
“We decided to add this prescription option because many of our customers, who work in Silicon Valley, came to us for a solution to their CVS.” Says Tyler Evans, Francis Drake Eyewear CEO, “Since, they have gotten their new computer glasses it has done wonders for them. No more headaches, eyestrain or dizziness. It has made them more comfortable and productive at work and home.”
According to Tyler Evans, “The benefits of computer glasses are immediate and in some cases spectacular. We have to always remember that while we stress, style, quality and affordability of our eyewear, they are a medical device and great vision has to be our number one priority.”
Tyler Evans also states, “Luckily, a person does not need to get a new prescription for Francis Drake Eyewear to make a custom pair of computer glasses. Our California licensed opticians can easily calculate a pair of prescription computer glasses using your current multi-focal Rx.”