Effect Of Gadget On Eyeball Pressure.?
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Normal eyeball pressure is in the range of 10-21 mmHg, measured using an instrument called Tonometri and performed by an ophthalmologist. If the eyeball pressure is detected more than 21 mmHg, it indicates that the eye pressure at that time is high which can be caused by eye infections, eye trauma, disruption of fluid flow in the front of the eye chamber and others. This eyeball pressure can change at any time.
If accompanied by red eyes, eye to head pain, nausea, vomiting and blurred vision, this is a sign of glaucoma. Namely high eyeball pressure due to obstruction of the fluid flow in the front of the eye which causes damage to the visual nerve. This disease is an emergency eye that requires immediate treatment.
One of the prevention so that the pressure of the eyeball is not more than 21 mmHg, is to adjust the visibility when looking at the monitor screen and adjust the lighting. When staring at the monitor at a distance of less than 50cm, it will cause the lens to swell and push the iris. This can cause closed flow of the front ventricular fluid which can cause an increase in eyeball pressure. Likewise with the importance of lighting settings on a computer monitor or cell phone.
To prevent increased eye pressure, do the 20-20-20 technique, which is that after 20 minutes of staring at the monitor rest your eyes for 20 seconds by staring at 20 feet. In addition, it is strongly recommended to use a computer or cellphone as needed. If you really have to use it, use it at a minimum distance of 50-60 cm from the eye with lighting that matches the lighting in the room at that time.
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