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Pain in right eye
Hi doctors I am an it employee and currently we are working from home. 8 hrs we have to give . Today while working around 3pm right side of the eye is having some pain. Also while working that time I was facing some whitness more in the screen I mean it was viewing more white light due to which some part on the screen were not viewable So I close th system.and washed my eyes and took a half an hour sleep. So now can see clearly everything but right side eye pain is there ..very little pain. Please suggest
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Since you are a regular computer user ,hence you are likely to have computer vision syndrome. The treatment is two fold. 1..preventive.. follow 20.20.formula ie close your eyes for 20 seconds after every 20 minutes, keep the monitor 20 inches away from eyes, wash the eyes frequently with fresh water, don't sit facing towards the AC or blower,use blue filter lenses,consume lot of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Take break after every 90 minutes. 2.. medical..use so.e lubricant eye drops 3to 4times daily.
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I would advise you to get your glass power checked, and also get a dry eye assessment .Due to your high screen time you are more prone to dry eyes .Also use the screen on low brightness and take a break on 5 mins in between work to give your eyes time to relax .
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