Month: November 2018

How to Limit Eye Strain from Screen Usage

How to Limit Eye Strain from Screen Usage

Summary: If you use screens on a regular basis you might start to experience eye strain. There are techniques you can use to limit the amount of pain you feel.

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If you work in an office and spend a lot of time staring at screens it is understandable that your eyes might feel sensitive and tired. The blue lights that are emitted from screens can lead to physical fatigue, making it tougher to use screens for long periods of time. There are steps you can take to limit eye strain.

Filter Out Harmful Rays

Blue lights are the fastest and most powerful lights you might expose your eyes to on a daily basis. The light can come from the sun and the screens you use. To protect the amount of blue light that your eyes are exposed to you can wear sunglasses. If you are indoors or need to wear eyeglasses, there are special blue light coatings you can get on your lenses to decrease the amount of blue light that comes into contact with your eyes.

View at a Safe Distance

Depending on your circumstances, limiting the amount of time you spend staring at screens each day might not be the most practical solution. What you can do, however, is make sure the screen you are looking at is not too close. Exposure time is important but so is proximity to the source of the blue light. Position your monitor or phone a bit further back when you use them.

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