I am getting headache due to increased screen time, what should I do?
Hello, I am getting headache due to increased screen time, what should I do? I in no way reduce the screen time. My exams are knocking at the door. Please provide some home remedies so that I can get rid of my headache and focus on my studies.
@shiladitya Eye strain occurs when your eyes become fatigued after using them intensely for extended periods of time — including while looking at computer and device screens. In fact, it only takes about two consecutive hours of staring at a screen for eye strain to set in. When you stare at a screen, there's glare, you blink less and it always seems to be either too bright or not bright enough. To make matters worse, the conditions in which we use our computers and devices aren't always ideal, including poor posture, improper room lighting and intense focus. All of these things make it challenging for your eyes to handle staring at a screen. And while eye strain isn't a serious condition, it is uncomfortable and can lead to annoying symptoms, including those headaches you may be experiencing.