http://www.betabeat.com/2012/02/24/...d-you-the-perils-of-computer-vision-syndrome/ There's specific glasses out there marketed as "digital eye fatigue reduction" spectacles. These are marketed to the mainstream public to combat the effects of computer vision syndrome. CVS I truly believe is the new carpal tunnel of the 21st century. I didn't even know about CVS until I started getting eye strain and then once you read about it you get all of this information about how "bad" it is and all this crap. People were reading books and stuff for hours a day for years and years and nobody was complaining about that. Some people think its because the monitor displays text differently than a book does but I don't think this is the case. I think people get some eyestrain on the computer, look it up and find all kinds of information about it some others write, and then start exhibiting the symptoms that they read from the web sites. Sort of the same thing happened with CTS like Sarno talks about where people in the 40s were pounding away at typewriters all day long and didn't exhibit any symptoms but when the problem became socially acceptable in the 80s and there were treatments for it all of a sudden tons of people had the issue. I think the seed gets implanted into people's minds that they have the problem when they confirm it to themselves on the internet and then they start showing the symptoms of it. Thats what I think happened to me at least. What do you guys think?