Dryness, itchy eyes, tired eyesight, headache and lack of concentration. Additionally, blue light affects your melatonin levels at night, making it harder for you to fall asleep; in fact, experts recommend not looking at any screen just before going to sleep
Besides using screen glasses, what else can I do?
There are some tips to reduce eye strain and the other symptoms that screens cause:
- Optimize the lighting of your usual place of study or work.
- Keep your eyes lubricated to avoid dryness and blink naturally.
- Introduce the 20-20-20 rule in your day-to-day: for every 20 minutes you spend looking at a screen, you should look at something 6 meters away (20 feet) during 20 seconds.