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Tips and Prevention of Eye Strain

Tips and Prevention of Eye Strain

An eye strain can happen when our eyes feel irritated and tired after a prolonged period of focusing keenly on the screen of our gadgets or computer, driving for an extensive period and reading book. This is a relatively common condition especially in this digital age where eye strain from computers can lead to computer vision syndrome. Normally, tired eyes form computer can easily be treated by using non-invasive and simple method. However, for the prolonged condition of eye irritation, it is recommended to set an appointment to your doctor to discuss your condition.

 

How Can Eye Strain be Prevented?

Here are some easy tips that you can do in order to prevent eye strain and headache. Gradually incorporate these in your habit, and you can successfully address your tired eyes.

 

20-20-20 Rule

Eye strain generally occurs when someone is too focused or fixated in a regular activity for a prolonged period of time without taking a break. In order to avoid this condition, it is highly advised to shift the focus to other activity for each 20 minutes. Focus your attention on an object that is approximately 20-feet away for around 20 seconds. In case you are required to focus on your driving or the computer screen all day, make sure to keep it balance by using your eyes differently such as walking on a natural light. This will help you relieve symptoms of eye strain from computer.

 

Proper Lighting

Suitable lighting can also help immensely in improving your tired eyes. Your lighting should never be too bright or too dim. For those who love reading at night, the light should come behind you. For those watching TV, dim the lights in order to reduce your eye strain. The screen of the TV, computer or your gadget should have the proper brightness. Glaring may also contribute to eye strain and headache. Use filter to reduce the glare of your device or computer.

 

Blinking

For those who have tired eyes from computer, simple blinking can help prevent irritation and dryness. Blinking will moisten our eye which can prevent eye strain. People working in front of the computer tend to blink less often. Because of this, the tears that are commonly coating our eye will rapidly evaporate that will ultimately lead to dry eyes. You may also consult your doctors about the artificial tears that you can use during your work; this is different from the eye drops that lubricate our eyes.

Finally, you may also do simple eye exercise to eliminate the symptoms of eye strain from computer. This will greatly reduce the possibility of locking up your eyes focus which is also called as accommodative spasm. Simple eye exercise can reduce the risk of eye strain from phone or computer.