Can eye strain from looking a computer screen for too long cause nystagmus?

No. Nystagmus is an "internal" condition that is built in to the wiring of your eyes and brain. "external" issues such as fatigue or looking in certain directions can cause nystagmus to appear worse or more evident, but they cannot cause nystagmus to develop.
No. Nystagmus has many etiologies, but not caused by eye strain. It can be induced by various tests like spinning around on a chair and stopping.

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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...

Can staring at a computer screen for too long create a lot of stress in your eyes which can lead to pain?

Perhaps. If you require correction (glasses, bifocals, contacts. ...) and are not wearing these while at the computer you may have eye strain or even develop headaches. You should be checked by an eye doctor. Also dry eye could cause these symotoms - they can check for this too. Read more...

Can eye strain and using the computer for too long cause nystagmus?

Unlikely. Prolonged computer work can be tiring, disturb (temporarily) the focus, and can be drying to the eyes. Nystagmus would be very uncommon. Read more...

How long can you be in front of computer screen without getting stressed or having eye strain?

Varies. When working at near tasks, it is important to rest the eyes for at least 15-30 seconds for every 15 minutes of near work. Read more...
It depends. If you are briefly checking email messages there is less likelihood of eye strain than if you spend an hour in front of the monitor. But if you have dry eyes or an uncorrected prescription (farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia), you may experience strain or fatigue much more quickly. Read more...

What makes staring at a computer screen for a long time bad for your eyes?

Dryness. Staring at a computer can dry out the tear film and lead to dryness. Taking short breaks, using artificial tears, and remembering to blink can help relieve symptoms. Read more...

What is the best type of computer screen for eye health?

Computer screens eye. The larger the screen and higher the resolution (dpi), the less fatigue you will encounter. Some patients like anti-glare covers, but many notice no improvement. You should see an optometrist to see if you are a "latent hyperope" with an undiagnosed + rx. In this case, wearing otc readers (like +1.00) can help. You can also get lasek to get rid of that problem. Most people don't know that. Read more...