Protect your vision from digital eye strain no matter where you work

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If you’re squinting to read this right now, then you’re not alone. The non-profit Vision Council reports that almost 60% of adults are experiencing “digital eye strain” due to the work from home shift at so many businesses. sitting in front of our computer screens for hours at a time on Microsoft Teams video conferences and working on Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. Amaxra gathered a dozen proven tips on how to prevent eye-related discomfort caused by using digital devices in the new normal of work in this handy infographic.


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JP O'Donnell

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