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Pain and sensitivity in the eyes. Not responding to dry eye drops. Treatment?

i can not work on computer screen . i have pain and sensitivity from computer monitor(lcd or lcd) and bright light . i try anti reflection lenses but i still bad. i go to many doctors and get drops for dry eye and inflammation but nothing happened . h do not have migraine and sinusitis . i want you to help me find a method or way to work on computer because i need it in my work
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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this we call as computer vision syndrome.
few changes in ur workstyle can make u feel better.
1) u forget to blink frequently when u r on computers so take a short break atleast every 20 min like keep ur eyes closed for a second or shift ur eyes away from the screen for few seconds.
2) its better to have ur computer at a lower level than ur ur eyes get exposed less to the bright light.
3) make sure the air conditioner doesnt blow straight onto ur face. air conditioners too dry ur eyes.
4) in addition apply lubricating drops thrice a day.

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