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Here are some tips to observe while working on Computers:

Micro-electronics has invaded our life today profusely and computers have become a part and parcel of life. One can’t think of avoiding working on Computers.

But working on Computers may be injurious and harmful not only to eyes but to body also. Following are computer related Diseases.

CVS - Computer Vision Syndrome

CBS - Computer Body Syndrome

E-Strain - Electronic Strain (Caused By TV, Computers, Mobiles, Cordless)

RSI - Repeated Strain Interface

CTS - Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

Spondylytis, Backache, Numbness of Limbs and Several others.

Eyestrain, Pain in eyes, finger, wrist, hand, elbow, neck, head, back or thigh

A peculiar uncomfortable state of mind - syndrome or confusion

Eye related symptoms - watering, itching, redness, burning, pain, lack of focusing,

binocularity or headache, blurred vision.

Numbness, stiffness or cramps in body parts

Dry eyes etc.

Contact lens Discomfort.

Here are some tips to observe while working on Computers:

Keep Monitor, CPU, Keyboard, Mouse and Other peripherals in proper position so as not to strain any of your body parts

Do not sit on computers for long duration without breaks

Blink frequently to keep your eyes moist/well lubricated

There should be no glare on screen

The illumination on screen and background should be uniform

Head of user should be higher than top of monitor

Reference material and screen should be at a comfortable distance from eyes

Look at far distance in between to reduce fatigue and focusing problems

Adjust the brightness and contrast of monitor

Use correct sitting postures

Keep your body straight and feet properly rested on floor

Keep changing postures slightly to avoid numbness, strain and tension

Take proper breaks every 2 hours

Use prescribed exercises for body & eyes to combat CBS and e-Strain

User having bifocal spectacles must have computer friendly mid-focal spectacles