Best Way To Beat Computer Fatigue And Sleepiness

Do you feel fatigued or sleepy after only a few hours of working on the computer?  Learn the best way to beat computer fatigue and sleepiness.  This is common among computer users daily, especially the bifocal age computer users.  As your eyes become tired, your body and mind seem to follow.  Learn how to re-energize your eyes so your body and mind stay alert.

For those of you that are bifocal age and still using your general purpose prescription eyeglasses for computer use, understand that your eye's focusing ability is under a strain to keep the content on the screen clear. Just because you can see the computer screen clearly through the distant portion of your eyeglasses doesn't mean you are not taxing the eye's focusing ability to maintain a sharp focus.

After all, you are using a bifocal type of prescription to see at a close reading distance clearly for extended periods of time. If you are using the distance portion of your glasses to see just beyond the reading range in the intermediate computer distance; than it is reasonable to believe that the eyes have to work harder to maintain a mid-range focus for several hours without overworking the eye's accommodative/focusing ability.

The amount of lens power necessary to relieve the eyes from the stress is about half the amount of power necessary for you to read with. A dedicated pair of computer glasses will work wonders, or if you want to save money the clip-on computer reading glasses will solve the problem.

A special computer reading glass, like Computer Conversion Clips, provides a calculated amount of additional magnification when attached to the upper portion of the wearer's bifocals or progressive eyeglasses. This additional power will change the upper distant portion of the glasses to arm's length computer distance. The clip-on user can see the computer screen without lifting their chin up and having to reposition themselves closer to the screen. This will immediately ease eyestrain and back pain associated with poor visual and physical posturing.

A simple example that many of you can relate to would be if you were a person lifting weights at a gym, and using 15 pound dumbbells to do a set of arm curls. What if somebody took 13 pounds of weight away; now you are doing the arm curls with only 2 pounds. Think how many more curls you can do now before getting fatigued! This is the reasoning and science behind a computer reading clip or a dedicated pair of computer glasses.

Your bifocal add power allows your eyes to focus on reading distances with less accommodative (eye muscle and lens focusing ability) effort and greater comfort for long periods of time more efficiently. The newly designed clip-on, Computer Conversion Clips, magnification powers allows your eyes to rest comfortably at mid-range the very same way. Otherwise, looking at a PC monitor through the distant portion of your bifocal or progressive lenses is like using the 15 pound dumbbells in the gym example; you my be able to do it but you eyes will get tired sooner. It has always been my belief that when your eyes get tired, so does your body. You now have a choice to beat computer fatigue and sleepiness while working at the computer, and re-energize your eyes with better vision and with less physical stress on your posture.

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"Hi Bill here is a short review on your Computer Clips:

As a long time user of PC Peekers I am definitely impressed with Computer Clips. These clip on computer glasses successfully address all of the problems I had with the PC Peekers. Computer Clips are distortion free, secure firmly to my glasses, easy to keep clean,anti-reflection coated to help with glare, and less prone to scratching from handling, and come with a secure case and cleaning cloth. Shipping and service were outstanding. I did have a problem with the first pair being broken during shipping and it was made right quickly and with no hesitation.

The old adage that you get what you pay for is certainly true for Computer Conversion Clips. I highly recommend them. Thank you Bill, a great product and outstanding service."

Ken M., from Wisconsin

"I was very hesitant about purchasing the computer conversion clips because I thought, “How could they possibly work for everyone, regardless of eyeglass prescription?” Well, amazingly enough, they do work.

I was having a terrible time seeing my computer screen with my progressive no-line bifocals. Craning my neck backward to read the screen was causing a real pain in the neck! When I put these on, everything became clear.

One of my co-workers tried the clip with her prescription glasses and they worked great for her as well. When I need to get up from the computer, I just take them off, or flip the lens up, since I already have on my day-to-day specs. I love these so much that I purchased a second pair so I could have one pair for work and one pair for home.

This is a wonderful and inexpensive alternative to special prescription computer glasses.close"

Leslie H., from California

"These are definitely NOT for the fashion conscious! But, if you are tired of getting a stiff neck, they are perfect.

I have worn bifocals for years, while working on a computer. The stiff neck I kept getting from tilting my head to see better was annoying, not to mention painful. Regular computer glasses are costly and required me to take my glasses on and off every time I walked away from the computer or someone came into my office.

These Computer Conversion Clips are lightweight and sit right on the front part of the frame. All I have to do is flip the clip up whenever I don’t need them. I see great with them, too. Amazing little glasses! Yes – I look like a geek, but a geek without a stiff neck!"

Barbara B. Bartlett, Environmental Supervisor, Florida.

Thanks so much for the info on the computer clips. I received my pair today and they are so awesome! I don't have to crane my neck back to see the computer screen any more. I hope Bill goes on Shark Tank or something and becomes a bazillionaire!

Joan P., from Louisiana