By the end of the day, it is common to suffer from eye strain and headaches. Occupational lenses are specifically designed to correct vision for prolonged near vision tasks, reducing eye strain at the same time.
So, What’s the Solution?
Occupational or Computer lenses, are essentially modified varifocals designed specifically for in-office or computer use. They have wider areas of vision optimized for the computer and reading, meaning that you’ll no longer need to move your head up and down in order to see the screen!
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Two Choices in Occupational Lenses
Occupational lenses are mainly for in-office use, where you need to alternate between reading and a PC screen. The top part of the lens has a small area for mid-range distance vision – namely 2 to 4m. Therefore, they are not suitable for driving or general use.
Manufacturers produce two options where you can elect to have mid-range distance for 2m or 4m. The intermediate zone has a range of either 2m or 4m, Choose the 2m if your office space is limited, whereas the 4m lens is ideal for a boardroom environment.