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A trainee optopmetrist friend told me recently that there's a good deal of scope, as an optician, for being horribly sued for permanently damaging someone's eyesight by not setting their glasses up right and thus causing strain to the muscles which control the direction your eyes point in. In exreme cases this can stop the eyes working together properly to provide binocular vision.ormed perspective.
What about consantly sitting in front of a computer (laptop or desktop) or reading in the dark. Would these have similar effects?