Eyestrain, red eyes, blurry vision, and irritation can all be signs of computer vision syndrome, which means your eyes are reacting to too much screen time. Take regular breaks to rest your eyes, install anti-glare filters, change the position of your computer monitor, and make sure you have adequate lighting. When you spend too much time staring at a computer screen your eyes may feel exceptionally dry. A frequent response to dryness is burning and tearing. Using lubricating eye drops and speaking to your optometrist about special computer glasses also might help with the effects of Computer Vision Syndrome.