I work in a fairly small office room with 4 other coworkers. Two of them sit in front of me facing my direction.
From time to time it will happen that as they work they will slighly pick up their mouses from the desk surface and unintentionaly flash my eyes with laser coming from underneath the mouse which is very frustrating when it happens few times in a small span of time, also I'm bit concerned about it's effect on my eyesight.
I'm pretty sure they are completly unaware of this problem, I've never confronted them about it as it seem obvious to me that they don't mean it and it's most likely unconcious/natural movement. And maybe even I do the same without being concious of that so I don't want to be a pain about something seemengly innocent like that. Also even if I did confront them I assume it would still happen as it's hard to control movements of your hand while being busy with work.
I've been thinking about getting a computer glasses to protect myself and also reduce some stress from my eyes while working 8 hours in front of computer already.
My question is, should I confront my coworkers about this or should I rather make proactive efforts to protect my eyes?