Digital screens are a big part of our daily lives these days, whether that’s a phone, tablet, computer screen or any other device. There are a range of glasses out there designed to help with computer use, but if you’re a varifocal wearer, then SuperDigital lenses might be a great option for you, especially if you regularly switch between different screens throughout the day.
Do screen glasses really work?
In Spain, the average mobile phone use is nearly 3 hours per day accordingly to pre-pandemic statistics.¹ During the pandemic, this has only increased while we’ve been at home, using screens to work from home, virtual learn and keep in touch with loved ones.
All this switching between devices makes our eyes work a lot harder, which can lead to digital eye strain, with symptoms including headaches, sore or tired eyes, dry eyes and blurred vision. So if you’re a varifocal wearer, SuperDigital lenses can offer a smoother transition between screen distances, so your eyes don’t have to work as hard.
- José De-Sola, Gabriel Rubio, Hernán Talledo et al. (17/12/2019). frontiers in Psychiatry, Cell Phone Use Habits Among the Spanish Population: Contribution of Applications to Problematic Use. [Online] Available at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00883/full [Accessed 13/01/2022]