As we are concerned with the eyes here so we always required to give a rest after a consistent view at the Computer Monitor or a Laptop or with the Smartphone. Take proper intake of water & try to be away from the pollution. Specially the individuals staying in the metropolitan areas & the individuals working as a backend profile would need to relax after a consistent viewing. Also take care of the proper distance when looking at the Monitors.
Green vegetable is a must.
It is very important to take care of our eyes .They show us the world and mark our presence. Adequate amount of sleep or proper sleeping hours should be followed.There are some eye exercises which can benefit . If a person is feeling too much strain on the eyes he will realise water flowing from the eyes. Don't give these organ so much pain. There should be break taken by people working too much on computers .Also should strictly avoid putting your eyes to work in darkness for viewing in mobiles . Some healthy food such as green vegetables like spinach ,carrots ,nuts,eggs benefit eyes... Proper sleep is required and some people find difficult to get it due to stress ,There are various eye masks available in the market and online .Using them can relax your eyes and help in getting proper sleep.It is always better to visit a eye-doctor if you have eye problems such as dry eyes which causes itching or water coming out of eyes etc.
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Avoid leaning forward to stare at the screen. Maintain a minimum of one foot from the screen.
Often the brightness, intensity and the glare from surrounding lights makes one stare or develop discomfort
Use anti-glare screen/No strain magnetic screen etc, and select base line brightness 30-40 and contrast 50-60 (this is what regular gamer laptops suggest) and then gradually increase until you are comfortable. it should not be dim that you are peering into the screen to make out the characters
You must remember that in a normal period we keep doing things at work or while outside wherein our eyes keep changing focus for near to far multiple times and we don't stare at things often. But the opposite happens while you are at a computer. So, try to look around, focus on an indoor plant, the clock on the wall or just look out of the window etc, anything to break the monotonous straining at the screen.
Use a pair of reading glasses, try simple eye exercises like up-down, right-left and circular movements. SOme find a warm wet cloth applied over closed eyes for a few minutes help.These are over the counter lubricant eye drops too that you can try.
The simplest is every hour or so, try to walk away from your desk for a few minutes, climb a flight of stairs, a little brisk walk for a few minutes will be helpful. Most of what applies to the desktop/laptop screen willing apply for tab and mobile screens.
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