Working from home means disrupted routines and no forced breaks to commute or get out for meetings and lunchtimes. Many of us are spending longer hours looking at screens for video meetings work and socialising.
Our home computer screens are typically smaller and often poorer quality than the ones at work. I’m doing on a small laptop what I’d usually do on nice large screen. This is all very strenuous for your eyes. Tired eyes are common and often present as eyestrain; headaches; blurred vision; dry eyes or neck and shoulder pains.
There are some general principles to improve your visual comfort. Here are some general principles that will improve your visual comfort.
They say “common sense is not all that common” and with a little planning and some subtle changes you can do a lot to improve your visual comfort. Stay safe and comfortable in your bubble. Here’s hoping for news that life can return to normal soon!
There has been a lot in the press lately about blue light and it’s harmful effects. We are pretty sure that it disrupts sleep and that has links to all sorts of health issues.
You can minimise the “harms” with special lens treatments that are more and more common.
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