September 25, 2009, Newsletter Issue #186: Eye Strain

Tip of the Week

For certain products, “The more money spent, the better the quality of the product received.” This is not true for everything, but this phrase can be applied to safety eyewear.

Some people have complained of eye strain when wearing safety glasses of a lower quality. Eye strain can manifest itself as tired or burning eyes, with blurry vision, accompanied by headaches and dizziness.

Eye strain can be reduced by having your eyes tested, buying better quality safety glasses, and taking breaks from working.

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