| Posted On Feb 14, 2018 | By:

A Headache That’s a Pain in the Neck

If you sit at a desk all day working at a computer and start to notice frequent headaches, you may have what’s known as a cervicogenic headache. These headaches have nothing to do with eye strain but rather are caused by nerves and muscles of the neck and spine that have been aggravated by posture or perhaps an injury.

The source of a headache can sometimes be tricky to pinpoint given there are more than 150 unique kinds of headaches,

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| Posted On May 09, 2012 | By:

Computer use and your vision

Many of us spend hours in front of a computer screen every day, and that can take a toll on your vision.  Generally speaking, viewing objects farther away from us is easier on our eyes; conversely, the muscles in our eyes must work harder to view things at close range.  Staring at a computer screen for long periods of time, therefore, can cause you to strain the muscles in your eyes and may result in headaches,

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