Four tips for relieving the symptoms of CVS

If you are reading this, it is likely that you are exposed to digital eye strain, or Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Spending several hours a day using digital devices puts a strain on the eyes, which can result in uncomfortable symptoms, such as dryness of the eyes and blurry vision.

Four tips for relieving Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)

  1. Enlarge the text: Text that is too small will draw your eyes too close to the screen. This will expose your eyes to the blue light from the screen, which strains the eyes. Increase the font size and adjust the colour contrast to make it easier to read the text from a safe distance.
  2. Blink your eyes: When we are staring at the screen, we forget to blink our eyes normally, which causes dryness of the ocular surface. You may also need to apply eye spray to lubricate your eyes. The domestic, clinically tested Membrasin Vision eye spray is a quick and easy solution to this.
  3. Adjust the brightness: Screen glare can cause eye strain and headaches. Adjust the brightness to avoid reflections on your screen, or consider installing an anti-glare film on your screen. The macular pigment of the fundus, which consists of lutein and zeaxanthin, filters out blue light. Membrasin Vision capsules containing sea buckthorn oil and lutein* have 5–10 mg of lutein per daily dose, which is equivalent to approximately 100–200 g of spinach, one of the best sources of lutein from food.
  4. The 20-20 rule: After working for 20 minutes, take 20 seconds to refocus your eyes on something that is about five metres away. This will relax the eye muscles and keep them strong and healthy. If we maintain the same distance to the screen for hours, refocusing our eyes will become more difficult.

*Dietary supplement: contains beta-carotene, a source of vitamin A that supports the maintenance of normal vision. Vitamin E helps protect cells from oxidative stress.

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