Supplements that Enhance Computer Productivity

A new study from Japan confirms spending long hours at the computer takes a heavy toll on your eyes by reducing mucin, one of the most important components of the tear film that holds water on the ocular surface of the epithelia. The resulting dry eyes and ocular inflammation reduces your reading speed and diminishes productivity. Three types of supplements can help resolve computer-related dry-eye problems. Read more on page 4.

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