Articles by Dr. Jeffrey Anshel
AND VISION NEW!
While most people don't realize
it, what you eat can affect how you see! Our eyes are as much a part of our
bodies as any other organ, so they are influenced by our nutrition. New research
has confirmed that nutrition can make a difference in our eye health. Most
affected are conditions of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Dry Eye
Syndrome, Cataracts and Glaucoma. Dr. Anshel now lectures on these conditions
and how to resolve them with proper nutrition.
This article describes the problems associated with Computer Vision Syndrome and how to successfully manage it in the workplace. It is a brief overview of the symptoms workers might experience and how to effectively relieve their problems with proper vision care and ergonomics.
PROVIDING EYE CARE TO YOUR EMPLOYEES
This article describes the effects of vision problems on the employees in the workplace. It details how improving the overall visual function of employees can increase production and reduce expenditures related to decreased performance.
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE AT THE COMPUTER WORKSTATION
This paper offers general guidelines for the workplace to lessen the impact on the visual system of the employee. Recommendations cover workstation setup, monitor placement, lighting, chair height, and other ergonomic factors which can affect performance.
COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME: CAUSES AND CURES
This article describes the symptoms of CVS and how you can detect these problems before they affect employee performance.
KIDS AND COMPUTERS: THE EYES AND VISUAL SYSTEM
Computers are not only for adults anymore and children at younger and younger ages are staring at computer screens. What effect will this have on their young eyes? Is the classroom of the future destined to be locked inside a monitor box? Are schools dealing with lighting considerations? This paper addresses some of these issues and offers sound advice to help your kids use computers safely and effectively.
COMPUTER GLASSES: OH SAY, CAN YOU SEE?
Many times, the answer to computer vision problems involves the use of glasses. There are many types of glasses and sometimes just one pair won't resolve all of your viewing situations. Most people have heard of "computer glasses", but what are they? This article will help you sort out what the different types of visual conditions require what type of glasses. Then you and your doctor can do what's best for your eyes.