Monday, April 17, 2017

Dry Eye Syndrome


  • I feel my eyes burning.....
  • My eyes seem watery sometimes......
  • When I get up in the morning I feel dryness inside my eyes......
  • I am unable to focus on things for a long time....
  • I feel headache most of the time.....
  • I have started looking at things bringing that closer to my eyes than as usual.....
  • I feel sleep is the ultimate solution to relieve my eyes.....
If you are a smartphone user these problems would be matching with your issues, am I right.??
Dry Eye Syndrome eats into the smoothness and ease of eyes
So you are suffering from 'Dry Eye Syndrome';
It is I completely new term, isn't it??!!
Well, today's blog of mine will wipe out all your doubts and give you a clear insight of this common problem for the time being.
'Dry Eye Syndrome' is the condition of drying up of eyes due to various reasons. 
The Tear Glands inside our eyes are responsible for creating a layer of liquid film that protects our eyes from germs and keep the lubricated. When the bright light coming out of any type of LED sources, say from an LED bulbs itself, fluorescent lamps, mobile phone's displays, or computer monitors; emmit radiation that starts micro evaporation of Tears from the delicate innocent Eyes. Such UV lights start debilitating the thin tear film and makes eyes open to the outer environment. This gives us a feeling of pain inside our eyes.
Only rubbing or washing them will not do. This is an early warning that you either need lubrication or rest for a while so that your eyes may lubricate themselves. If you wash them you can feel relief for a while but as soon as water evaporates you are back to square one.
Dry eye syndrome maybe a niggling issue in the beginning, as for many of you it has been a back burner and has gone unnoticed. But with the passage of time this brings on a massive adversity to your sighting. This results into a temporary blindness too.
A report says that if one uses a smartphone in the darkness for more than 1 to 2 hours daily, one is at a higher risk to go blind or suffer badly with one's eyes.
In this modern era where there is a dynasty of audio and optics all around,  one cannot remain untouched from the latest LED inventions, but being little careful one can easily avoid being a prey of modern Pandora's box.
A few steps that can be pretty handy for everyone who pampers and loves his eyes.

  1. Avoid direct sighting of any type of LED sources.
  2. Maintain the least distance of 25 to 30 centimetres between your eyes and your smartphone or computer display.
  3. Take a forty winks between the longer uses of computer or phones.
  4. Use artificial eye lubricants like Flotears etc., but avoid excessive use of such Eye Drops as they create additional damage to your eyes.
  5. Take regular sleep or more than 8 hours that would keep you refreshed and make your body ready to bear the brunt of next microwave radiation and UV attack.

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2 comments:

Unknown said...

good research. i find it useful nd knowledgeable. keep it up, great job.

jainendra jha said...

Your review is heartly appreciated. Thank you