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5 ways you can prevent computer vision syndrome.
Spend a lot of time in front of a computer? You may suffer from CVS - short for computer vision syndrome. The symptoms are probably familiar : headaches, blurred vision, eyestrain, dry eyes, and neck and shoulder pain.
The cure for cvs is simple: But if you must spend hours staring at a screen, symptoms will continue to recur and may worsen over time. If cvs has become " a pain in your neck , " here are some things to consider.
LIGHTING- Make sure over head lighting, desk lamps or light from windowsis not causing a glar on your screen. Use low wattage light bulbs in your desk lamps.(if you can't stop the glare,get a screen glare filter to decrease the light reflection from your screen)
YOUR CHAIR+POSTURE-Select a chair with back support that allows you to sit up straight comfortably.Your feet should rest flat on thr floor. Chair arms should support your arms while you are typing. Never rest your wrists on the key board.
POSITION OF YOUR SCREEN-Ideally you should look downwards slightly when viewing your computer. Set the screen about 20to28 inches from your eyes. The centre of the screen should be about 4/5 inches below your eye level.
LOCATION OF SOURCE MATERIAL-Put materials you reference while typing between the keyboard and monitors Place themthe same distance from your eyes as your computer screen. in other words,try not to change your eye's focus or move your head to much.
YOUR EYES-Blink frequently or use over-the-counter eye drops to keep your eyes lubricated. Follow the "20-20-20" rule to restt your eyes:after every 20 mins look at something at least 20 feet away or close eyes for 20 secs. Give your eyes breaks thoughtout the day by getting away from your computer
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