If a person looks at the screen more than 8 hours a day, the structure of the eye changes. This causes blurred vision, headache, dryness and dizziness and effect on eyes in large quantity.
Does the screen Effect on eyes?
Digital Eye Strain (DES) is more common today because almost everyone uses a screen in their daily life.
Although not everyone uses a computer screen every day, many people use a smartphone. According to experts, DES occurs in approximately 50% of computer users.
So, the glasses make you blind? Well, the good news is that vision is not a long-term problem.
There is no evidence that fatigue will eventually cause your vision to deteriorate, but it can be uncomfortable and make it difficult to work.
How does a cell phone screen affect your eyes?
According to researchers, the blue light from smartphones can be dangerous to the eyes and retina because the cornea and lens are not blocked, can increase the risk of macular damage.
According to researchers, the blue light from smartphones can effect on eyes and the retina, because the cornea that is not blocked by the lens can increase the risk of macular damage.
He who See Them Is Better!
Some people think that using a cell phone can cause eye problems only if it emits white light, but not if it emits blue light. This is not fair because both eyes are damaged, especially blue light. Our eyes cannot block blue light, so it can damage the eyes.
Digital devices and smartphones aren’t going away, but you can protect your vision with better eye health habits.
If lifestyle changes do not relieve your symptoms, visit our office for a comprehensive eye exam. We can discuss your eye care and find a solution together.
What did the Study find?
Karunaratne and his team also introduced the retina to other cells in the body, including heart cells, cancer cells and neurons. When these cells expose the retina to blue light, they die.
There is no change when blue light or retina is used alone. The team revealed cells throughout the body as green, yellow and red – interestingly, they did not see any results.
“Retinal toxicity caused by blue light is universal. It can kill any type of cell,” said Karunarathne.
Part of the reason for this may be that blue light has a shorter wavelength compared to other colors, so it has more energy. The added energy may be the cause of this chemical change causing retinal toxicity.
“Blue light appears to damage cells in the retina. It is not known how much blue light damages these cells and for how long. What we do know is that the damage is irreversible. ,” said Dr. Mark Former of Lenox, New York. Dr. Hill Hospital. The team exposed cells throughout the body to green, yellow and red – interestingly, they did not see any results.
How reduce the negative effects of blue light?
Get a blue filter for your phone, tablet and computer. The filter blocks most of the blue light from reaching the eyes without affecting screen visibility.
Follow the 20-20-20 rule to reduce digital eye strain. Take a 20-second break and look at something 20 meters away every 20 minutes.
Control the brightness and illumination of your device’s screen. Adjust the appropriate working distance and position to view the screen. Make sure that even the smallest vision problem is properly treated.
Control the brightness and illumination of your device’s screen. Adjust the appropriate working distance and position to view the screen. Make sure to treat even the smallest vision problems properly.