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Pain in eyelids, burning sensation in front of head, back and neck. Feel lethargic

Hi Name:Nikhil Age:22 Sex:male I work for an IT company.Sitting hours on computer is around 5-6 hours per day intermittantly. Currently i am having pain in my eye lids+burning sensation pain in the front part of head and in the back side and in neck .I feel lethargic in the evenings and fall asleep early. I have glasses as well which i wear sometimes. They are anti-glare. Kindly suggest what to do
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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These is common problem seen among the computer user. Its called computer vision syndrome. It is due focusing on computer screen for long time. All you need is to take frequent breaks from computer screen. Its called 20-20-20 rule. Try to focus every 20 min on a distant object about 20 feets away for 20 min. or otherwise close your eyes every 20 min for 20 seconds.
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Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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