Sore and tired eyes
When you’re working on the computer for too long, there may be a so-called computer vision syndrome: blurred vision, dryness, redness. Then – headache and irritation.
- Position the monitor again. Doctors believe that the optimal position of the center of the monitor is at eye level, at a distance of about 50 cm from your face.
Remove the glare from the screen. If your computer stands next to a window, move it or draw the curtain. Adjust the brightness, contrast, and font size.
It will be useful to wear special glasses which screen out part of the spectrum. In this way, your eyes will get less tired, and you’ll keep your eyesight.
Don’t forget about eye exercises. You can look out the window or “scan” the room with your eyes every hour for at least 20 seconds. You can also do simple eye exercises.
If a person leads a sedentary lifestyle and is fond of fatty sweet food, cholesterol gathers on the inner walls of their vessels. The veins are stretched, and the valves stop coping with their function.
Unpleasant sensations appear: pains, a feeling of fatigue in the feet and legs, swelling of the legs, and high blood pressure. Symptoms usually occur late in the evening.
Make at least a little time for exercises every day. Do simple gymnastics that will take no more than 15 minutes. Try to walk more instead of riding a car or using public transport. And, most importantly, eat healthily.