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Computer Vision Syndrome Affect
Mostly: This is largely a condition due to eye dryness which occurs because of the offices in which computers exist. Computer work requires constant viewing at one distance which is tiring. Most who do this work for prolonged times are advised to wear the best eyeglass correction, have lubricating drops at hand for use, and take breaks over 1 1/2 hr. Looking off in the distance to rest your eyes. ...Read more
Take breaks: Computer vision syndrome is a term to describe common eye complaints in some ppl who use the computer for excessive periods of time. Symptoms include eye stain, dryness, headache, tearing, blurry vision and neck pain. This will not cause permanent eye problems, however if you experience these symptoms you should take breaks, use artificial tear drops and check your glasses rx with your eye doctor. ...Read more
I think im having computer vision syndrome... At times my vision is blurred and need plus lens to be able to read.
Eye exam: You are most likely just far sighted. You need a dilated eye exam to reveal your true prescription and explain your focusing difficulty at near. Computer vision syndrome is usually eye fatigue and dryness from constant sustained near work and associated decreased blinking. Cvs can be helped with frequent artificial year drops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iam suffering from computer vision syndrome what should I do to stop that?Is there any therapy? (tired eyes, red or dry)the symptoms
Computer vision : 18 you male with computer vision syndrome. If you use eye glasses, your eye doc can guide you to the proper prescription for computer viewing. Lots of folks use a special pair just for that. Periodic blinking can keep the eyes most--they an dry out from staring.Chinese and natural medicine doc can provide eye exercises. Your eye doc may suggest over the counter/prescribed eye drops for moisture. ...Read more
No: The eyes work full time when open at whatever activity you ask of them. Computer games are a concentrated activity but so are most activities such as reading, driving, watching tv or a ball game. Computer games may do things to your mind but not to your vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not usually: Neither using a computer nor washing your face affects the eye much, other than by means of surface irritation. If you get soap in the eye while washing your face, the eye can be irritated. If you were using the computer beforehand, there may have been some surface drying that made the eye more irritable, so the soap may have been more uncomfortable than usually, and affecting vision form tears. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pupillary dilation: If you are fixated on the computer screen, which is bright, your pupils are likely constricted more. This allows your to read the screen. Additionally, your lens changes shape for near focus, called accommodation. The distant objects, when your eye is in this state, will appear blurrier. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Horizontal lines in vision while swaying from side to side, when looking at a computer or tv screen. Just making sure if that's normal?
Unusual issue: Obviously a transient issue that sounds non progressive ; without visual loss. Probably a benign visual disturbance, the mechanism of which I am not sure of. ...Read more
Hi the past week i have bin having headaches and my vision the past 2 days has gone blurry, i work at a computer 5 days a week and 8 hrs a day?
Dry eyes are your: top issues when you are working at a computer 40 hours a day nonstop. You aren't using your blink reflexes, and your eyes are drying out. So use a post it note saying, 'BLINK!' and use nonpreservative lubricating drops (artificial tears) to help your eyes be less blurry!Do give your eyes a break and blink or close your lids too.UR blink reflex basically turns into staring at a screen for 40 hours! ...Read more
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