Reading glasses are ideal for very short distances. To see text and images well, you will automatically move closer to the screen. By doing this, you assume a poor posture. This can result in tension in your neck and back.
Progressive lenses allow you to see at all distances. The lower section of the progressive prescription spectacle lens helps you see objects close to you. When working in front of a screen, you look through the bottom section of the spectacle lens. To do this, you have to lift your head to see clearly through this part of lens. This posture puts excessive strain on your neck and shoulders over long periods of time.
The new ZEISS office spectacle lenses are tailored to your specific needs and allow for a relaxed posture. These lenses offer very large fields of vision from near to intermediate distances (between half a metre and four metres). This lets you see and work at your best in precisely the range of vision your job requires. Your head and neck will be in a natural, relaxed position the whole day through.
ZEISS office lenses also help you see better in your free time, whether you're reading, watching TV, cooking, surfing the Web, chatting online, or playing a musical instrument. Your optometrist will be happy to advise you and select the best solution from the range of ZEISS office lenses.
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