Eye Strain

#1
To avoid eye Strain:
-Do not work in dim light.
-Wear sunglasses whenever you step out in the sun.
-Use face wash instead of soap because soap tends to darken the skin on the eyelids.
-Do not read continuously in moving vehicles.
-Do not stare too tong at anything without blinking the eyes. Blinking provides lubrication & relief from light.
-Do not rub the eyes too hard. :confused:
 
#2
What's so wrong about reading in moving vehicles? When I was younger, I used to bring a book while my parents drove around. I still bring my books with me on long car trips.
 
#4
It's quite hard to avoid eye strain when one works on the computers all day though. I try resting my eyes often, but even then, by the time I'm done with my work, they get red and pretty tired as well.
 
#5
I'm not very nice to my eyes. I'm always doing things without enough light, and I'm constantly staring at my computer screen. I am glad, however, that I've decided to wear glasses instead of contacts. I'm sure it's better for the eyes, because mine feel so much better since I've started doing so.
 
#8
It's pretty tricky to stop eyes anxiety whenever a single works within the pcs all day although. When i test sleeping my eye typically, yet even subsequently, through the time Now i am completed with my operate, that they find crimson in addition to quite worn out at the same time.
 
#9
Is this statement true..????
I don't think this is true. Ive never heard anything about soap darkening the eye lids, although on a general note face wash is better for the skin on your face.

I remember when I tried reading a book in the car, god my eyes hurt me and strained so much, it made me feel dizzy. So reading books in a car or train is not for me.