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Pain in eyes, redness after working in front of monitor for long. No headache

Why do eyes go red and painfull when i work on monitor for long and it also aches. Since last 7 years i have been doing the same work but this thing developed a few days back? No tears but at times watery and no headache and as soon as i go out of the office there is an immediate relief. I reduced brightness of my monitor display and it has given me some relief. But since i am working in stock market there are many colleagues around with their monitors so at times i have to look at them also and then again i develop the redishness and aching.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
hey... your eyes are getting strained... u feel better after stopping your works tels that.
adjust your sitting position properly so that your eyes n d monitor are at same level.sit wit your back straight. apply a screen gaurd on ur pc. check with an eye specialist if you have refractive error. if u do have...u will need to wear glasses regularly.n if u dont ...take this measures n put refresh tears or eye mist eye drops 4-6 times /day. u can ues them evn if u apply specs.
give rest to ur eyes in between...take breaks
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Amit Garg's  Response
hi it seems that u r suffering from computer vision syndrome.start using optive eyedrops 6 times daily,take frequent breaks after every 20 minutes, frequent neck movements and please do blink frequently to avoid dry eye problem from advancing.
Answered: Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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hallo ... definitely you are suffering from either refractive error or Dry eye, you must consult an ophthalmologist near your area, and follow the "rule of 20" every 20minutes take 20 sec rest and concentrate an object distance of 20 feets.

Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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