Technology plays a bigger part in our lives than ever before. Whether you're at work on a computer, at lunch checking your smartphone, or relaxing with a good book on an e-reader, your digital devices are at the heart of everything you do, every day. They connect us to the world and to each other.
Digital eye fatigue refers to a wide range of physical symptoms you may feel when you’re working on a computer or other digital device frequently, or, for prolonged time periods. Eye fatigue symptoms vary because everyone has different habits, but the most common are blurred vision, squinting, dry eyes, shoulder and neck stiffness, and headaches. Digital eye fatigue has also been cited to speed up age-related macular degeneration. If you're using a digital device for more than two hours at a time, you may be feeling the effects of digital eye fatigue. But don’t worry; there is eye fatigue relief and its symptoms are both preventable and treatable.
As technology continues being a huge part of our daily lives, it’s important to think about digital eye fatigue and what steps you can take to make it better.
1 in 4 uses a digital device 3 hours a day
4 in 10 uses a digital device 9 hours a day
3 in 10 uses a digital device 9 hours a day
1 in 4 uses a digital device 9 hours a day
The 20-20-20 Rule:
every twenty minutes take a 20 seconds break, and look at something
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