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I get headaches while using the computer. What should I do?

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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Frequent breaks

Headaches while using the computer may be caused by poor posture or ergonomics at the desk, or by squinting or straining because vision is poor or display is unclear. One remedy is to take a short break at least every 30 minutes to rest, stretch or switch activity.
Sometimes it's the fluorescent lights above the computer. If you are sensitive, turn them off or switch to incandescents or daylight.

In brief: Frequent breaks

Headaches while using the computer may be caused by poor posture or ergonomics at the desk, or by squinting or straining because vision is poor or display is unclear. One remedy is to take a short break at least every 30 minutes to rest, stretch or switch activity.
Sometimes it's the fluorescent lights above the computer. If you are sensitive, turn them off or switch to incandescents or daylight.
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