In the digital age, we cannot do without smartphones. However, there are certain ways through which we can protect our eyes from their harmful effects. Given below are some handy tips for smartphone users.
* Never use phones in dark or poorly lit rooms. The sudden burst of light puts a lot of strain on eyes.
* Avoid looking at phones while sleeping. When we sleep, the pupil relaxes and sudden exposure to light causes eye muscles to retreat. Constantly doing so can lead to refractive errors.
* Avoid looking at phone screens for long hours. Close your eyes for 3 minutes every 2 hours.
Please share if you have any further tips..
I never use a smartphone while sleeping. Or any other type of phone, for that matter.
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