Working long hours? Rest your eyes

Controlling long hours? Relax your eyes

If you spend much of the day watching at a computer screen, you’re probably casual with dry eye. Its signs are – itching eyes, redness, light hypersensitivity and blurred eyesight. “Eyes are same any other part of our body, get tired and need rest,” declares ophthalmologist Dr Rajib Mukherjee of Delhi. “Dry eye issues when you misuse your eyes. It is a common and often persistent problem, and can try just about anyone at work, provided they keep long hours operating on the computer.”

Here are five easy-to-do things to decrease eye strain and get the wellness of your eyes back.

Blink regularly: This is necessary if you are working on a computer in an air-conditioned climate. The rate of drying is more in an air-con place, and there is tear loss that emphasises the dry eye situation, says Dr Mukherjee. Start time to blink – tape a post-it on one edge of your screen as a warning.

This is necessary if you are working on a computer in an air-conditioned climate. The rate of drying is more in an air-con place, and there is tear loss that emphasises the dry eye situation, says Dr Mukherjee. Start time to blink – tape a post-it on one edge of your screen as a warning.

Teardrops: Use tear drops to keep the eye anointed but only at the frequency recommended by the doctor. Don’t buy over the counter.

Avoid smoking: Don’t smoke as this only makes the dry eye condition more serious.

Workplace illumination: Make sure that the work area is lit up well; that the screen is not too shiny and that it sits at a precise viewpoint to your eye; and that you should be seated with a good position before the computer. For an optimal angle, do not slouch.

Proper diet: Fresh And Green leafy vegetables are a must for good eye wellness. Do not give them a mistake, especially if you have dry eyes.

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