Do your eyes sometimes get irritated looking at a computer screen?
Yes they do. Whenever I look at the screen too long, my eyes itch and water. So that is when I know that I have to take a break and do something else for a while. Good question.
Yes. It happens quite often. That's when I get my glasses and my eyedrops.
Irritation of the eyes from looking at a computer screen is a result of dryness. When we're watching TV, reading, working on the computer, we don't blink as often as when we're not. It's normal, we're concentrating, so the eyes don't blink as often. The solution is artificial tears, and to take a 15 minute break every 45 minutes to an hour. Some symptoms of Dry Eyes include: irritation, itching, tearing, burning and a sensation there is something in your eye. Check out my hub on the cornea for more information. I have a hub in process on this very topic as well.
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