© Davis Eye Associates 2014 Made with Xara Computer Vision Syndrome Computers are everywhere.  More and more people are working on a computer for long periods of time throughout the day.  This can cause fatigue, eyestrain, headaches, neck aches, blurred vision and even more symptoms.    A computer oriented eye exam takes into account all of the following information to    help find a solution to your specific problem. Describe your computer station to the doctor. Includes measurements of how far the monitor is from your eyes. How your monitor is positioned. Includes measurements of the distance to any other material you need to see.    Using all of this information your doctor will prescribe contact lenses and/or glasses    that will allow you to work in total visual comfort.      If you are interested in learning more about computer vision syndrome (CVS) click    on the link below which will send you to the American Optometric Association’s page    on CVS