Hello and welcome.
Thank you for your query.
has shown to have very mild effects on sleep. Mostly documented due to night sweats
, which causes some amount of disturbed sleep.
Individuals working with computers on a regular basis do get to develop sleepy/tired eyes. You could consult an ophthalmologist for the best solution to tackle this, and have good vision for a long duration of time.
Menopause has also shown some relation with conditions causing vision disturbances like cataract
, but regular check-ups can easily tackle this problem, and it can be avoided.
There is another condition I would like to discuss here, just for your information. It is called 'computer vision syndrome'.
Yes, that is what it is called. It is common in type A personality individuals.
Symptoms are similar to those of dry eyes
, and can be treated in the same way.
The most common presentation is, an individual suffering from computer vision syndrome, cannot tolerate sitting under or in front of a fan, or work in an environment with an air conditioner or fan, and finds relief when these electronics are turned off. Simple lubrication prescribed by a doctor could help a great deal.
You could discuss this with your ophthalmologist when you visit him/her if your symptoms match.
I hope this information has helped you. You could always write back for further clarifications.
Wishing you good health and a beautiful life ahead.