The Eye Feels Pressed After Working On A Laptop For 8 Hours?
morning, I am 19 years old working 8 hours at the computer. it’s been 3 days my left eye hurts like in the press to come out sometimes even the right eye like that. if you look at my glasses normally nothing is odd. if at 10 o’clock my eyes hurt with a headache instead of dizziness on the left. if in the afternoon sometimes the headaches are all but not severe. if the bone near the eye under the base of the left eyebrow on the pressure feels a bit painful. why is that? but the night is compressed semaleman thank God rather better. well now working again the eyes are a bit sick like being pressed again. does that mean my eyes are tired? or are there other conditions? the problem is when I get home from work, I keep on playing my cellphone. how to handle it? thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Eye fatigue is a common condition that occurs when the eyes are used with high intensity for a long time. Staring at a computer screen for a long period or seeing the environment in low light is most often the cause. Most cases of tired eyes are harmless and complaints can improve when the eyes are rested. Sometimes the eyes are also based on the condition of eye disorders before such as nearsightedness or astigmatism.
Symptoms of tired eyes include:
1. Pain around the eyes
3. Dry eyes
4. Blurry vision
6. Sensitive to light
7. It's hard to keep eyes open
Causes of tired eyes include:
1. Read a book for a long time
2. Stare in the room with poor lighting
3. Drive for long distances
4. Exposed to very bright light
5. Activities that require focus eyes
6. Stress and fatigue
7. Exposed to dry air
8. Diseases of the eye
Here are ways that can be done to prevent complaints of tired eyes so as not to repeat, including:
- starts to reduce activity for too long in front of a computer screen
- Give pause time to rest your eyes and your body which is every 30 minutes for 30 seconds
- provide an optimal distance between the eyes and the screen and use a comfortable and ergonomic chair.
- adjust the lighting of the computer screen and the environment where it should not be too dim or too bright.
- consider using special glasses when using a computer that can filter the frequency of light and color that enters the eye.
- do eye refraction checks regularly every year with an eye specialist.
That's all, hope you can help