Follow Lighting Guidelines detailed on this "Office Lighting Ergonomics Guidelines" blog post. -Provide adequate general lighting. Refer to the standard light requirement based on task chart to establish appropriate lighting requirements for you based on your activities. -If general lighting is insufficient, provide additional, supplimental office task lighting. -Tilt the monitor screen to minimize glare or reflections from indirect glare. Use monitor arm so that computer monitor angle is adjustable in order to optimize your computer set-up. -Monitor screens, if used should be placed parallel to light sources, or reflecting surfaces such as windows. -Utilize anti glare screen if necessary. -Close blinds or window shades if sunlight is a glare source. -Avoid placing computer monitor screen directly opposite a window or light source. -Keep monitor screen brightness on low. -Optimize position of computer monitor by using computer monitor arm. -Blink eyes often to maintain moisture in the eyes. Read more about reducing computer-related eye strain on our " Reduce Computer Fatigue and Pain Tips" page.