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Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Shtator 2021
Modern life is full of screens, from smartphones to laptops. The reality of how we work and communicate has a side effect: eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome. It affects the way you look and feel and can even affect your mental health.
Focusing on the screen is more difficult for the eyes than focusing on a book due to several factors, such as the contrast between the text and the background, the brightness of the screen, the slightly blurred text on the screen, and so on.
One of the best ways to relieve eye strain is to limit screen time. However, this is not feasible for everyone. Here are some strategies that help.
Rule 20-20-20: Every 20 minutes, look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds. This gives the eyes a moment to relax and adjust.
Blink the eyes: Blinking the eyes is important for eye lubrication.
Turn down the screen brightness
Adjust the monitor: Place the screen about 60 cm away from the face. The top of the screen should be slightly below eye level.
Use computer goggles: Some options include goggles and lenses specifically for computer screens.
Use eye drops: Lubricating eye drops can help restore moisture to the eyes. Consult your doctor in advance.