Eye Fatigue Symptoms | Eye Strain Symptoms

  Here are some simple tips you can use to reduce computer eye strain symptoms, eye fatigue and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). Tips to Prevent and Reduce Eye Fatigue & Eye Strain Most of us use computers at work and/or at home so it is no surprise eye strain and eye fatigue are so common.  Studies show that eye strain occurs in 50 to 90 percent of computer users. Eye fatigue and strain can range from physical fatigue, headaches, decreased productivity and increased numbers of work errors, eye twitching, blurred vision, dry eyes and red eyes. Here are some simple tips you can use to reduce computer eye strain symptoms, eye fatigue and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). Adjust your Computer Screen Place the computer screen 20-26 inches away from your eyes and at eye … Read More

10 Things to Make Driving at Night Easier

Why is driving at night more difficult and stressful than driving during the day? One reason is vision. About 90% of driver’s reactions depends on vision.  Without sunlight it is harder to see road signs, cars, pedestrians, cyclists and animals. Diminished visibility also makes it harder to gauge distances between your car and other objects. Poor vision at night means drivers have to be extra alert which contributes to eye fatigue. This would be another reason why driving at night is more challenging and stressful. Another reason why night driving is daunting is nigh- blindness. Night Blindness is a condition also known as nyctalopia. This condition makes it harder to see in low light or at night. It can be caused by eye conditions like cataracts. Age also adds to the stress and difficulty of night driving. The older we get, … Read More