Sitting in front of computers, tablet or a mobile can be detrimental to one's eyesight leading to blurry vision. Experts believe that one of the reasons for this could be the development of a condition known as the Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). According to a study conducted by the Bank of America, there is a worldwide trend of switching on one's cell phone from the moment people are awake and continue their digital activities till the time they are off to bed. However, the increased interaction with digital screens has resulted in CVS, a condition that damages the eyesight and leads to vision-related problems from prolonged computer, tablet, e-reader and mobile phone use. Victims of this ailment often complain of blurred vision, tired eyes, headaches, neck pain and dry eyes. Some precautions that might help are: Reduce digital eye strain by making use of screen time wisely. In every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and focus your eyes on something at least 20 feet away. Exercise your eyes frequently. There are computer glasses specifically designed to reduce eye strain, headaches, eye fatigue, and eye soreness.