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How to remove eye strains naturally ?

My screen time has been increased since last month.
I guess that’s the reason for eye strains like dry eyes and temporary headaches.
How you are dealing with such situations ? Any natural way to stop them ?

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Apart from taking rest/
Use Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium 0.5% eye drops.
No side effects and it’s recommended for every person to use this who spends a lot of time in front of screens.

Add tears by cipla is a popular medicine of this composition. Easily available in all medical stores.

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Apart from the above physical solution you can install flux app it adjust your display to get minimal eye stress.Worked for me.

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ZNZ wrote:

Apart from taking rest/
Use Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium 0.5% eye drops.
No side effects and it’s recommended for every person to use this who spends a lot of time in front of screens.

Add tears by cipla is a popular medicine of this composition. Easily available in all medical stores.

bro I am taking good rest.
Also using refresh tears whenever required.
but still getting eye strains 😅

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Based on what I can see from your profile
You had created zero threads from December last year until March 2nd week
3 threads in 15 days (March)
5 threads in 10 days (April)
There is a very drastic exponential hike in your usage pattern
The most probable cause for your eye strain is your urge to visit your so called threads every time someone posts a comment there (Unlike the random posts in other threads which we rarely visit back unless someone likes or quotes)
I haven’t checked the comments of your thread but may be you are getting yourself involved with every comment posted ?
So if you can reduce the intensity (+ the duration you stare at your phone continuously at any given point of time) somehow (apart from using the reading / eye-comfort mode on your phone) then I guess it will be very much beneficial to you (the best natural way)
Also It would be useful for u if you can evaluate phone screen time (per app) just to make sure that if there’s any othr rogue app doing the damage

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I faced the similar thing few time back.
Since lockdown I am using my phone all the time still having no issues.
→ you need to give rest to eyes every few minutes best is to go for 20-20-20 rule. Use digital screens for 20 minutes take a break and watch a distant object for 20-30 sec and then use screen again for 20 min and so on. Also take a atleast 20-30min break after few hours of usage.
→ Keep moisting your eyes use eye drops for that as suggested by dimers above.
→ Also increase the text size & display size if you do lot of reading it really helped me a lot it big texts doesn’t look much good but really helps.

The problem in your case is you have already hurt your eyes now so even taking above precautions won’t help much. I would suggest to limit your usage for few time so that your eyes can come back to normal state.

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I am using blue cut glasses (from lenskart)
They were helpful in my case
Also using many suggestions as given by other here

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getready wrote:

Based on what I can see from your profile
You had created zero threads from December last year until March 2nd week
3 threads in 15 days (March)
5 threads in 10 days (April)
There is a very drastic exponential hike in your usage pattern
The most probable cause for your eye strain is your urge to visit your so called threads every time someone posts a comment there (Unlike the random posts in other threads which we rarely visit back unless someone likes or quotes)
I haven’t checked the comments of your thread but may be you are getting yourself involved with every comment posted ?
So if you can reduce the intensity (+ the duration you stare at your phone continuously at any given point of time) somehow (apart from using the reading / eye-comfort mode on your phone) then I guess it will be very much beneficial to you (the best natural way)
Also It would be useful for u if you can evaluate phone screen time (per app) just to make sure that if there’s any othr rogue app doing the damage

Good observation, got same suggestions from doctor
Its difficult to reduce screen time (8-10 hrs)
Due to wfh, I am forced to work on computer.
I visit dd when I get free time in between.
I guess I should stop visiting dd for some days.
But people here post good information, so I get back.
Its lockdown & so many things are happening everyday.
So dont think its right time to disconnect smile

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..Spend atleast 20-30 minutes in open sunlight….

…You must be myopic….this is my assumption…wash your eyes regularly with clean running water….

…I had the same problem las year…The eye surgeon prescribed me Becadexamin multivitamin capsules….You must look at his face when he said dont go on its price…Its very effective…

…30 capsules for 31 rs…You can try….

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Good information , thank u all,

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Any advice for eye floaters? The floaters in my eyes are increasing like on daily basis. In this rate i suspect they’ll completely take over my eyes till i go blind. I never wash my eyes with water, this is very bad right? There was a eye shaped plastic container type product in my house which my father used to fill up with rose water or whatever and place it on the eyes for few minutes, i can’t find that thing. Those things available or are they good for eyes?

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ithehappy wrote:

Any advice for eye floaters? The floaters in my eyes are increasing like on daily basis. In this rate i suspect they’ll completely take over my eyes till i go blind. I never wash my eyes with water, this is very bad right? There was a eye shaped plastic container type product in my house which my father used to fill up with rose water or whatever and place it on the eyes for few minutes, i can’t find that thing. Those things available or are they good for eyes?

…You should wash eye regularly…

…if you can follow this in morning….

as soon as you get up….wash your eyes + urinate + dental rituals…you can increase ur immunity….

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ithehappy wrote:

Any advice for eye floaters? The floaters in my eyes are increasing like on daily basis. In this rate i suspect they’ll completely take over my eyes till i go blind. I never wash my eyes with water, this is very bad right? There was a eye shaped plastic container type product in my house which my father used to fill up with rose water or whatever and place it on the eyes for few minutes, i can’t find that thing. Those things available or are they good for eyes?

my neighbour had similar problems.
regular consumption of pineapple for around 3-4 months reduced her problems.
I am not sure whether this works for everyone.

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Lower the display brightness esp. when using in the dark. Actually better not to use in the dark at all but even I can’t avoid it all the time. I do try to have a dim light source in the back besides switching to a dark theme. Warm colors can be more soothing in night time.
Android’s default Roboto font isn’t bad but a bolder font is better. I employ a custom deep black and really bold font system-wide. Also depending upon the OS and browser you should set the Font size a bit bigger.
Many web sites employ low-contrast fonts ex. Gray text on White background. Even XDA does this. For these web sites thanks to uBO I have disabled the download of Remote Fonts on a per-site basis. This can break certain site functionality though. https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/614803/medium/Screenshot_20200429-133848.jpg?1588147922https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/614804/medium/Screenshot_20200429-133824.jpg?1588147942

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androgame wrote:

I am using blue cut glasses (from lenskart)
They were helpful in my case
Also using many suggestions as given by other here

+1

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I would recommend using blue light filter on mobile and pc for whole time

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ZNZ wrote:

Apart from taking rest/
Use Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium 0.5% eye drops.
No side effects and it’s recommended for every person to use this who spends a lot of time in front of screens.

Add tears by cipla is a popular medicine of this composition. Easily available in all medical stores.

Also wear anti glare specs if possible.
I am using it all day long since it’s zero power and i love my specs.

@B4TM4N Google 20-20-20 rule for your eyes. It will do wonders wink

#ApkaApnaJJ wink

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

Apart from the above physical solution you can install flux app it adjust your display to get minimal eye stress.Worked for me.

Amol Bhaiya ne bola hai yehi sahi hai bhai.
I guess it’s named as Blue Light right?

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mrKool_JJ wrote:

Also wear anti glare specs if possible.
I am using it all day long since it’s zero power and i love my specs.

@B4TM4N Google 20-20-20 rule for your eyes. It will do wonders wink

#ApkaApnaJJ wink

And really these specs didn’t even make my eyes uncomfortable even for a minute.
Anyone who’s wearing zero power anti glare specs?
Put your hands up in the air toungueout

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ZNZ wrote:

Apart from taking rest/
Use Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium 0.5% eye drops.
No side effects and it’s recommended for every person to use this who spends a lot of time in front of screens.

Add tears by cipla is a popular medicine of this composition. Easily available in all medical stores.

i m using this same thing

soft drops

manufacturing by Ajanta


sodium carboxy methyl cellulose + glycerine

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use blue right filter app

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androgame wrote:

I am using blue cut glasses (from lenskart)
They were helpful in my case
Also using many suggestions as given by other here

how much it costs

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rogerthat wrote:

how much it costs

Bought it long time back bro, had paid 500 I guess
There came many offers from Coolwinks too in between, bought for almost free
It would cost 2-2.5 K without any good offers I think

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mrKool_JJ wrote:

Amol Bhaiya ne bola hai yehi sahi hai bhai.
I guess it’s named as Blue Light right?

Flux hai bro ,search kro Google pe miljayega.

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

Flux hai bro ,search kro Google pe miljayega.

mil gaya..install bhi kar diya wink

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rogerthat wrote:

how much it costs

If you want to buy blue cut lens from Titan eyeplus than pm me i can get you good discount.

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I have severe dry eye problem.. please use hot/cold pressed method
Check on YouTube for that it will give instant relief

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still_guessing wrote:

..Spend atleast 20-30 minutes in open sunlight….

…You must be myopic….this is my assumption…wash your eyes regularly with clean running water….

…I had the same problem las year…The eye surgeon prescribed me Becadexamin multivitamin capsules….You must look at his face when he said dont go on its price…Its very effective…

…30 capsules for 31 rs…You can try….

Any precautions or side effects bhai…??

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