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Eyes start feeling brightness after excessive studying. What to do ?

Dr., I am a Chartered accountant student which requires a lot of studies during preparation leaves during exams. when i do excess studies then after some time , my eyes start feeling brightness.I am at that moment dont like watching anything nor books..what should i do to come out this problem and start doing my normal activities and to feel good.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Nov 2012
Prolonged duration of studies and near work put lot of stress on ciliary muscles and extra ocular muscles which can cause fatigue of these muscles. In such situation even small refractive errors and convergence insufficiency due to weakness of muscles cause even more eye strain. Stress increases all these symptoms. Eyecheckup, nutritious and vitamin rich diet, scheduling your studies such that you take a break every say 20-30 min for few minutes and allow the muscles to relax will surely help. You may due relaxation and strengthening exercise.
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