EYES ON SCREEN

Tips in Preventing Eye Abuse on Screen Displays

Whether you are studying, working, having fun or just staying home, our eyes are unpreventably glued to these LCD/LED screens all day. While abusing it can sometimes be overlooked, worse got ignored by most of us, staring on screens for…

Eyes are precious without a doubt. The moment we opened it in the morning up to the second we will finally close at night for rest, our eyes work for us all day long. We see the beauty and chaos of the world through it, we read good news and warnings through it, and in today’s time of age, we soaked our eyes in the technology screens around us.

Whether you are studying, working, having fun or just staying home, our eyes are unpreventably glued to these LCD/LED screens all day. While abusing it can sometimes be overlooked, worse got ignored by most of us, staring on screens for long will damage our eyes from symptoms as minor as itchiness, blurriness and headaches, commonly known as eyes strain (or digital eye strain). And to prevent eye abuse, take a look at these easy and practical ways of taking care our windows to the world, and our health relatively.

1. Adjust screen brightness

Extreme brightness or too dull screen displays can both stress your eyes. When you are indoors, in low light environment or pitch dark room, it is advisable to set the screen brightness to the lowest light level. Moreover, when outdoors under the sunlight, full brightness to help your eyes see clearly what you’re navigating on your phone is best.

2. Wear radiation protection glasses

Cellphones in order to aquire signals from network providers, emit electromagnetic radiation. It could be good of good purpose however, according to studies, these radiations could damage cells in the body that can also cause cancer. Additional bad effects are sleep disruption, weaker immune system and slower healing process. Eyewear brands like Oakley offers radiation protection glasses. You might as well, get one when you know you can’t give up screen times.

3. Look for phones that have built-in eye care feature

As smartphone companies work hard on developing different display technology, others may focus on creating the most vibrant and well-saturated screen others try to remember that good eyes comes first before the breathtaking magnificent colors of the screen. Companies like Xiaomi and Samsung introduces features like eyes care or blue light filter on screens, specifically designed to prevent eye strain when using smartphones without sacrificing the color of the screen.

4. Anti-glare screen protectors

Screen protectors are getting more advanced, they don’t just protect the screen from scratches of foreign objects or shattered glasses, these mobile accessories now comes anti-glare feature or an eye-protection finish that’s friendly for the eyes and will help you cope with the reflective glare. High-quality screen protectors like Tiger Shield tempered glass can do the job for you.

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Kristine
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This is very helpful. ?