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And it’s not just the light from the computer and the small print. Part of the problem is that we read from left to right, and almost everything we read on a computer is left-aligned… Which means, our eyes keep shifting to the left. So, ergonomic expert Dr. Alan Hedge at Cornell University recommends scooting your desk chair slightly left-of-center. That way, your eyes stay centered and relaxed, so you’ll get less eyestrain.