The latest stats tell us that about 90% of us spend a great deal of our day looking at a computer screen and that just over half of us use more than one device at a time. JUst think about how often we may be watching TV while texting on our phone and doing yet another task on another device. That's a lot of Clear Eyes, my friend.

You may have experienced some of the symptoms of DES like chronic sore eyes, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, blurry vision and dry eyes. The symptoms just go on and on like the warning of side effects of all the drugs we see advertised on TV.

So, what can you do for some relief from sore eyes other than squirt Artificial Tears in your eyes? Here a some suggestions from PR Newswire  

Here are four ways to make things a little easier on your eyes . .

1. There's a thing called the 20-20-20 rule and it goes like this: Every 20 minutes, take a 20 second break and look at something about 20 feet away,

2. If you can, eliminate overhead lights. The study says that, if you have a glare on your screen, your eyes have to work that much harder.

3.  Experts say that your computer screen should be no closer than an arms length. Any closer than that and you may strain to see what's on the screen. If you just can't read anything on your screen when its an arm's length away, you may want to have your vision checked.

4. Try adjusting the size of the font on your computer or other device. It's usually very easy and it sure makes everything easier to see and that's what it's all about.

Here is the entire article from PRNewswire