Computer Vision Syndrome

Posted by Lachmi Deb Roy on Sun, Aug 14, 2011  
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We spend many hours working and playing in front of the computer screen. Our work environment demands that we slog as many hours as possible in front of the computer. This can result not only to irritation and puffiness of the eyes, but can also lead to tiredness and fatigue of the brain. According to researches this condition is on the rise every year.

 

Sitting in front of the computer for very long can lead to headaches.  CVS is a lifestyle disorder and the only way by which you can correct it is by changing your lifestyle. My advice would be to do some eye exercises like following your index figure by moving it to the right  and then to the left, do not move your head, but only your eye ball should move. Palming is another way of distressing your eyes. Every forty-five minutes take a five minutes break. Sit and stretch yourself. Then cover your eyes with both your palms and relax.

 

CVS can actually affect the productivity of your work. So take help from an ophthalmologist before the condition deteriorates.

 

 

 

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