Computers, Eye Fatigue and Dry Eyes: Gen-X; Gen-Y; Gen-DRY
Jodi Luchs, MD, FACS Computers. iPads. iPhones. The electronic age. They are here to stay – and as all of these devices become permanently integrated into the fabric of our lives, eye strain, eye fatigue and dry eyes have become a daily occurrence. “Digital Eye Strain” and “Computer Vision Syndrome” are new medical terms which… Read More
Why do I have dry eyes?
When a person has dry eyes, it means that the person has an inadequate amount of tears. Tears spread across the cornea providing clear vision, lubrication, reducing the risk of infection, and washing away any foreign body in the eye. Tears are generated by glands around our eyes and they exit through our tear ducts…. Read More