asthenopia

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asthenopia

[as·thə′nōp·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Weakness of the eye muscles or of visual acuity, sometimes accompanied by pain and headache.
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Adjust your screen settings: If the current settings of your laptop or desktop are causing eye strain, then adjust the screen brightness, contrast, and font size until you find what's best for you.
The third and final part of the programme will focus on eye strain and children--a topic which will interest visitors whether as eyecare practitioners or parents.
She was suffering from digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome.
Common signs of eye strain | Red, bloodshot eyes | Tired eyes | Difficulty focusing | Headaches | Soreness around the eyes | Excessive screen use can also worsen dry eye problems which can lead - in the worst cases - to scratches on the cornea and damaged vision
Greater parallax means more intense 3D, but can also be the culprit behind hyperconvergence, or 3D that causes the eye strain, headaches and nausea.
Distant bends and trackside furniture look convincingly far off, although you may get eye strain when things start to get really fast.
Computer related injury (CRI) is a cluster of work-related symptoms in computer users such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), Work Related Upper Limb Disorder (WRULD), Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD), fatigue, migraine headaches and eye strain.
The 70 Series will also reduce eye strain, as the Magic Lux feature adjusts screen brightness according to external illumination, it added.
Increasing complaints of eye strain, vision disorders and eye fatigue are some of the less pleasant aspects of endemic computerisation.
Viewing in 3D mode may also cause motion sickness, perceptual after effects, disorientation, eye strain, and decreased postural stability.
The display features larger-than-average digits and amber LEDs to reduce eye strain.