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My eyes are dry and strained
I had to work for 10hours straight staring at my laptop. Today my eyes are too dry and strained. Can I use any tear drop? If so how many times per day I can use it?
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Thank you for reaching out. For dry and strained eyes due to extended screen time, over-the-counter artificial tear drops can be quite effective. You can use them up to four times a day or as needed to relieve dryness and discomfort. However, if your symptoms persist or worsen, it’s best to consult with an eye care professional. If you have any other questions or need further assistance, feel free to ask!
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Pl use lubricant eye drops. Other methods are also available. Pl consult ophthalmologist for further evaluation and treatment.
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You can use lubricating eye drop. Apart from that , While using digital devices, every 20 minutes, take a 20 second break and look at a distant object 20 feet away. Maintain right posture while using computer. Keep yourself hydrated. Blink more often. Sit away from ac and fan. consult  sos
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Apart from putting drops there are many things to be considered.. Follow 20 20 20 rule while working on computer look at 20 feet distance after every 20 minutes for 20 seconds and blink more adjust your posture use bluecut spectacles while working on screen. take adequate rest Please consult for detail evaluation
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There is no single drop that can cure your problems There are  multiple ways to help you, so I encourage you to kindly get an online consultation to address all your concerns
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