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I am having flickering in eyes. I feel that tube-light of my room suddenly on and off that ot flactuates .there is no migraine but there are some floaters. Is my eye alright? .Is this flickering due to stress or screen time?
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You will require some eye drops Kindly consult for treatment
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It could be that you're being exposed to bright light that's often due to excessive screen time especially right now with the WFH situation and constantly wanting to stay updated with the news etc. I'd suggest you to stay off screens and reduce the brightness of all your screens,to only let natural light in during the day and not use tubelights unless it's dark. Splash cool water on your face frequently in work breaks. Sleep well and stay away from screens for an hour before bed. After a 48 hour period of doing this, notice if there's improvement. If you still don't feel the flickering has subsided , please consult an ophthalmologist even if online.
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always look away from the screen for 20 seconds every 5-10 mins and blink to prevent dryness of eyes.
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