It is true that things have changed dramatically as technology has overtaken every part of life, making it virtually difficult to live without electronic devices such as phones, computers, and laptops. Constantly gazing at phone screens is one thing that can create eye problems for anyone. If you're someone who is always looking at a phone screen, you should be aware that you're steadily harming your eyes and increasing your chances of acquiring nearsightedness.
Eye strain and macular degeneration are the most typical side effects of looking at phone screens all day.
So, in this post, we'll look at two things you can do to protect your eyes from the harmful rays emitted by most phone screens and laptop screens. Simply relax and take in some new information.
1.Sunglasses are recommended.
If you know you spend hours staring at phone screens or laptop screens, invest in a pair of glasses and they are inexpensive and can save your vision.
The eyes are valuable and should be treated as such. To protect your eyes from harmful light, simply invest in a pair of tech glasses or even sun glasses. They go a long way toward preventing blue light from screens from directly striking the eyes. If you're serious about protecting your eyes from the blue light emitted by most phone screens, this is one suggestion you should follow.
2.Blink more frequently.
While using their phones, many people blink less frequently, which can lead to dry eyes. However, if you always blink, you will provide your eyes with the necessary fluid to keep them refreshed and healthy.
Make sure you take a 20-second break from your phone or monitor every 20 minutes and look at anything 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds.
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