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Computer Eye Strain: 10 Steps for Relief



Hello blog readers. For the past few months I've been suffering from eye strain due to long working hours using computer and incisive focus requirementAs well as the lack of good deep sleep during the light nights we get here in Sweden in spring / summer time. This eye fatigue caused my eyes to look a bit red and swelling (puffiness under the eyes ) until I tired Clear Eyes eye drop , which gave me an unbelievable and fast relief. Even the puffiness has been magically reduced , and noticed from the first morning.

Despite all the online tips and ticks Ive read and tired this really worked for my case. If you think that your eyes might be suffering from eye strain and tiredness here is the signs that would prove it: 


Eye fatigue is associated with uncomfortable and annoying symptoms, such as:

  • Sore or irritated eyes.
  • Difficulty focusing.
  • Dry or watery eyes.
  • Blurred or double vision.
  • Increased sensitivity to light.
  • Pain in the neck, shoulders, or back.




10 Steps for Relief



1. Get a comprehensive eye exam.
2. Use proper lighting.
3. Minimize glare.
4. Upgrade your display.
5. Adjust your computer display settings.
7. Exercise your eyes.
8. Take frequent breaks.
9. Modify your workstation.
10. Consider computer eyewear.




Rid of Puffy Eyes and  Dark Circles:

Know the causes: 
  1. Overconsumption of salt, which causes fluid retention
  2. Allergies that can cause inflammation and swelling
  3. Sinus problems
  4. Dehydration
  5. Fatigue and lack of sleep
  6. Stress
  7. Crying
  8. Aging
  9. Inherited facial features

Other useful treat to try: 

-Using eye drops for irritation caused by allergies, if appropriate.
-Drinking ample fluid to prevent dehydration.
-Applying iced compresses when your lids are swollen.
-Applying cucumber slices or chilled tea bags over closed eyes.
-Using creams and other skin products specially formulated for use around the eyes.
-Reducing salt in your diet.
-Eating potassium-rich foods, such as bananas, to eliminate excess fluids in your body.
-Splashing cold water over your face and eyes.
-Getting plenty of sleep and rest.



Info source : http://www.allaboutvision.com


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