Eye strain is a very common condition caused when the eyes get tired after concentrating at any work for a long time. It is generally caused after a long time using computers, mobile phones, reading, driving, or any other activity that requires concentration. Although it is an uncomfortable eye condition, it is not serious most of the time. It can go away after some time of rest. Eye strain can be reduced by minimizing some activities and some lifestyle changes. In some of the conditions eye, strain can also work as an alarming sign for other eye conditions that may need treatment.
The most common and the biggest reason behind eye strain is mobile phones, computers, and other screen-based strains known as digital eye strain.
Other common causes of eye strain are:-
Some of the specific causes of eye strain are:-
The signs and symptoms of the eye strain may include these:-
Generally, eye strain can be treated by bringing about changes to your lifestyle. Some people may need treatment for some other eye conditions. The doctor may prescribe eyeglasses also to treat the eye strain. These prescribed eyeglasses can be worn during working on computers and reading. The doctor may also recommend some eye drops and some eye ointments for getting relief from irritation and tiredness.
Some tips we should follow to prevent eye strain are:
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