Computer reflection in glasses Twenty-nine percent of workers say they feel that working from home has made their eyesight worse, while others are facing issues such as eye strain, fatigue and headaches. (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you’re a parent you’ve probably been asking your child to reduce their device time and try to get outside once in a while. Part of that concern is seeing them stare at a screen all day and wondering how it is affecting their eyesight. But what about the rest of us? How has the pandemic and working from home affected our eyesight?

A new survey from My Vision decided it was time to look at (no pun intended) the issue and surveyed more than 1,000 people who wear glasses or contacts to get some feedback on their eye health.

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