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My eyes are burning !!!

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Muhammad Zeeshan H Member Since: Dec 21, 2019
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Working as a web designer is really a tough task where I need to focus on my computer screen for a long period of time. Lately my eyes are burning too much and making me hate to see any kind of screen (Including my cell phone).  Suggest me something to counter this. 

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Jamie F Member Since: Mar 7, 2010
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https://justgetflux.com/

It makes your screen go a bit 'orange', but it works for me. 

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Muhammad Zeeshan H Member Since: Dec 21, 2019
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Jamie F wrote:

https://justgetflux.com/

It makes your screen go a bit 'orange', but it works for me. 


Will check it out. But I am using Night Light feature of Windows 10  which also works the same i.e makes the screen bit orange . 

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Stefan S Member Since: Jan 10, 2018
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Hey Muhammad,

 

I have the same problem if I don't use eye drops. My advice is to get artificial tears and put a drop or two in each of your eyes every three hours. When you do it the first time, you will feel the same burning sensation since your eyes are too dry. After a day or two, it will feel normal and relaxing and you won't have the problem ever again. The trick is to do it constantly. Whenever I sit in front of my laptop I put two drops, and then I set an alarm for three hours. I do my work, and then when the alarm rings, I put more drops and I do a short stretching routine. I hope this helps you out as much as it has helped me!

 

Best of luck!

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Mary W Member Since: Nov 10, 2014
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I use lubricating eye drops rather than artificial tears.  My daughter also handed down some reading glasses made especially for computer screens that work some.  The lubricating drops are the best, though.  No stinging.

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Muhammad Zeeshan H Member Since: Dec 21, 2019
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Mary W wrote:

I use lubricating eye drops rather than artificial tears.  My daughter also handed down some reading glasses made especially for computer screens that work some.  The lubricating drops are the best, though.  No stinging.


Is there any special name for those glasses so I can find it in the  market?
Also, I guess there is no difference in artificial tears and lubricating eye drops. 
Thank you for the suggestion, Mary. 

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Muhammad Zeeshan H Member Since: Dec 21, 2019
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It's really a good suggestion Stefan. 

I will try to follow this as well. 

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Amanda L Member Since: Jan 23, 2018
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Muhammad Zeeshan H wrote:

Working as a web designer is really a tough task where I need to focus on my computer screen for a long period of time. Lately my eyes are burning too much and making me hate to see any kind of screen (Including my cell phone).  Suggest me something to counter this. 


I have bluelight blocker glasses, as well as "migraine" glasses. The bluelight blockers are less than $100. The migraine glasses were around $150 USD. That might seem expensive but when I have a migraine and have trouble looking at screens, they really do work. 

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Viacheslav K Member Since: Sep 9, 2015
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use chrome's auto dark mode.

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John R. C Member Since: Jan 30, 2017
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eye care asus monitor.pngI think someone heard your plea

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