I am a 35 year old woman, and I have tested 20/20 vision all my life. I believe I am experiencing eye strain from overuse of computer, but unfortunately, I cannot cut down on my computer use because it is integral to my profession. My symptom is a slightly blurry vision, which begins at 6 to 8 feet from my eyes, it feels worse after using computers. However, recently a friend offered to let me try on her very light prescription glasses, which made my vision clear. My vision gets tired and blurry when I use a computer, but my vision was clear when I went on a vacation. If I start wearing glasses to correct blurriness, will my eyes adjust to the glasses and get worse? Thank you.
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