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How the digital age is impacting your eyes?

In an age where digital screens and displays are omnipresent in our lives—be it smartphones, laptops, or digital ad displays—the health of our eyes has become more significant than ever.

With hours spent in front of these digital screens, our vision is bearing the brunt of it. The phenomenon of the “digital eye” is real and affects many of us daily.

Understanding the digital eye

The digital age, while offering unparalleled connectivity and convenience, also brings with it a set of unique challenges for our vision. Prolonged exposure to radiation from LCDs and LEDs can cause what is commonly referred to as Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).The symptoms range from dry eyes to strain and even blurred vision. The blue light emitted by digital devices is the primary culprit, potentially leading to more significant eye health issues in the long run.

While exposure to digital screens is inevitable in modern society, there are five ways you can alleviate your eyes from the stress of staring at a screen for too long.

1. The 20-20-20 rule:

Every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and focus on something 20 feet (or 600cm) away. This simple trick can help reduce digital eye strain by giving your eyes a respite from the screen.

2. Adjusting brightness and contrast:

Your screen’s brightness should match the lighting in your room. Having a screen that is too bright or too dark can increase eye strain.

3. Opt for Japanese eye drops:

Known for its advanced formulation, the Dorama Neo eye drops is tailored for digital eye strain. These cooling eye drops mimic natural human tears and offer relief from constant screen exposure.

4. Position your screen correctly:

Your screen should be about an arm’s length away from your eyes, and the top of the screen should be at or just below eye level. This prevents undue strain and maintains optimal eye health care.

5. Nutrition for the eyes:

Nutrition plays a pivotal role in maintaining vision. Incorporate foods rich in vitamins C, E, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids. Think citrus fruits, leafy greens, nuts, and fish. These not only benefit your eyes but your overall health as well.

With the increase in prolonged exposure to digital screens, many often experience dry eyes. Allergens and dust particles in the environment can worsen this discomfort, increasing eye irritation. The Dorama Neo Eye Drops provide a gentle and effective solution for dry and irritated eyes. These Japan-made eye drops offer a refreshing and cooling sensation to relieve minor irritation.

While we can never truly avoid exposure to digital screens, there is no reason to compromise eye health. Adopting simple habits and incorporating specific products into our routine can make a vast difference. In the age of screens, let’s prioritize our vision, to ensure we see the world clearly and healthfully.