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Intense focus on an activity such as on your computer screen, reading a book, or driving long durations may cause your eyes to feel tired or irritated. This is commonly known as eye strain. With the digital age at the forefront, the condition is recognized as computer vision syndrome or digital eye strain.
The common symptoms of eye strain include:
Ironically, these physical injuries can be caused by minimal or no physical activity at all. Simple factors such as your posture, overhead lighting, screen quality, and artificial blue light can have a huge impact on your eye health. Eye strain prevention can be easy and noninvasive. We’ve prepared an infographic for you with simple eye strain solutions.
Turn your workspace into a productive haven with the following do’s and don’ts and kiss your eye strain goodbye forever
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Eye Strain Is Real. Here’s How to Avoid It
Celesté is a writer, creative photographer, bookworm, pianist, minimalist, environmentalist at heart, professional napper, and Earth wanderer from South Africa, operating in the wellness industry. She is obsessed with books, plants, the moon, and the misunderstood wild Baboon Spiders (a.k.a Tarantulas) of the arachnid world. Her curious nature has her on an unstoppable journey to work with like-minded humans, but also to help people overcome their health and mental struggles.
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