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I have been neasuated and dryheaving for 3 days im not prego. could it be bc I look at computer screen for 40 hr a week?
Unlikely: It would be very unlikely that your computer work would cause nausea and vomiting.A more likely explanation would be a stomach virus or something you ate.It is important that you stay hydrated.Tea,especially peppermint tea with honey can help as can ginger and ginger ale.The BRATT diet(bananas, rice, applesauce, tea, and toast) is easy on your stomach.Avoid dairy.See a doctor if not able to hydrat ...Read more
Eyes blurry when looking at computer screen, clear when looking at surroundings and currently burning. What's happening, what to do?
I was looking at computer screen and my head started shaking and my pupils are dialated and I have this overall weird feelings in body help.
I spend 50 hrs per week looking a computer screen. Can I wear an eye patch to cover my good eye for one full day of use? I rarely use my lazy eye.
Dryness: When we concentrate on our computer work or reading we do not blink as often as normally and contact lenses get dry. This means also somewhat blurry and less comfortable. This is especially true in winter when air indoors is drier. Remember that contacts float on our tear film and that blinking re-wets them and the cornea with every blink, . ...Read more
Why would I see colored spots in my vision that tend to dissappear when looking at the computer screen?
Frequently: We normally blink around 1000 times per hour, but when you stare at a computer your blink rate may go down and tears evaporate faster. The surface tension of the tears is what creates a smooth surface for bending (refracting) light, so when your eyes are dry things go in and out of focus when you blink. Use artifical tears.Try to lower the computer screen, so there is less surface area to dry out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Give your eyes rest.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: No, it probably makes your workday much easier to actually be able to see near targets like printed material and computer screens. Anyone over the age of 15 cannot affect the degree of their refractive error or the health of their eyes in general by wearing glasses or not, so don't be afraid to use your glasses if you cannot get through the day without them. ...Read more
You bet!: When we stare at something for a long time (computer screen, book, wall) we decrease the amount of blinking per minute. Blinking pushes water on the eye (reverse windshield wiper) to coat it. When you don't blink, the eye dries and sends a signal to the tear gland to produce more tears in order to protect the eye. It is a sign that you are staring too long. Try a break or artificial tears. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it odd to have a loss of vision after looking at a computer screen for an extended period of time?
Very common: Blurry vision is common after extended computer use. Computer vision syndrome occurs when individuals stare at screens and increasing amounts of tear film evaporate causing dry eye. The dry eye can blur your vision. Additionally staring at one location for extended periods of time causes a strain in your accommodation that can cause blurry vision. ...Read more
Is it possible that looking at a computer screen for too long every day, cause one eye to be constantly red?
Dry eyes!: Yes, concentration work such as on a computer can cause the eyes to dry and turn red. Start with artificial tears routinely (one drop 4 times a day every day), oral omega-3's, and warm compresses. Next, medicated drops (restasis, mild steroid drops, NSAID drops) or punctal occlusion may be helpful. ...Read more
Lately I feel dizy when looking at a computer screen or reading on a bus. Sometimes my legs feel weak while walking. What can be the reason?
Many things: Dizziness & feeling weak are common complaints with many possible causes. Given our weather lately, the main reason people can feel this way is dehydration, so drink water! can also be from such things as anemia, diabetes, medications, inner ear infections, and so on. The best approach is if they continue or cause trouble is to get a good history and appropriate physical exam. Likely to get answer. ...Read more
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