Tuesday, October 15, 2019

8 Best Tips to Protect Your Eyes From Smartphone and Computer Screen Dangerous Rays Which Make Your Eye Sight Weak

Everyone seems staring at a computer screen, smart phone or other digital device these days commonly. Staring at  monitor screen and the tiny screen of a smartphone for long hours can cause eye into serious problem called digital eye vision syndrome.

Studies has shown that 59 % of people who  use computers and digital devices in routine, experience symptoms of digital eye vision syndrome.

The hours you spend in front of a screen might not  be big deal at the time, but your body pays its price. If you spend three or more hours a day staring at a computer, smartphone or tablet screen, you may suffer from computer vision syndrome, which affects as many of 90 % of computer workers.

Symptoms Of   Digital Eye Vision Syndrome

  • Headaches
  • Red eyes
  • Blurred vision
  • watering eye
  • Eye fatigue and discomfort,
  • Neck shoulder or back pain
  • Eye twitching
  • Double vision
  • Dry eyes

08 Best Tips To Protect Your Eyes From Digital Eye Vision Syndrome

1) Take regular breaks During Work

 Sitting at your desk all day is bad for your health, taking breaks is good for your health and for your eyes. Stand up and get away from your computer after  every hour regularly, even if it is  only a few minutes to stretch your body laid yourself on bed  or get a drink. Giving your eyes and body a break is something both will keep you healthy

2) Follow Rule 20/20/20

If you have to stick to your screen, remember the 20/20/20. After Every 20 minutes, spend 20 seconds looking around  at something 20 feet away. Even this shorter break is enough to reduce eye strain. Regular breaks can prevent problems in the future.

3) Keep Glasses Clean

If you wear glasses, keep your glasses clean. Fingerprints and smudges make it harder to see and put more strain on your eyes. Clean your screen to ensure text and images stay looking crisp and legible. Never spray liquid cleaner on your screen. Use a dry microfiber cloth or other cleaning cloth designed for screens.

4) Position Your screen Properly

Whether you are using a computer, smartphone or tablet, there are  you have it too close to your eyes or at a bad angle. A computer monitor should be 20 to 30 inches away from your eyes  The top edge of the screen should be at eye level, so you don’t have to significantly move your neck or your eyes to see what's on the screen.
Hold your smartphone  right in front of your face, either. Aim to hold your phone 16 to 18 inches away. 

5) Adjust your Screen Display Settings

By Adjusting the display setting of your computer can help reduce eye strain. 


Adjust the brightness of the display so it's approximately the same as the brightness of your surrounding area. 

Text size and contrast

Adjust the text size and contrast especially when reading or composing long document. Usually,black print on a white background is the best combination for comfort.

6) Splash Eyes with Water

Blinking frequently is recommended when using a desktop but for smartphones it’s even more important. Staring at a screen dries your eyes and the natural way to moisten them is by blinking. This reduces the negative effects of screen radiation.

7) Keep The Right Distance From Screen

Another common reason why your eyes hate your smartphone is that you place it too close. Although I am not a vivid smartphone user (because I find this device too large to carry just for the idea and too small to use for browsing or reading), when I do use mine I do tend to place it quite close to my eyes.

8) Keep The Screen Clean

Regularly clean the screen on your monitor and smart phone to remove dust and blurriness from it . It also help your eyes get effected from computer vision syndrome.

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