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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The study sponsored by MNL Group and ANKLAM Extract consisted of 74 participants who had eye dryness, eye fatigue and were exposed to more than 4 hours of visual display terminals (VDT) at work daily.
-Use appropriate glasses: There are computer glasses specifically designed to reduce eye strain, headaches, eye fatigue, and eye soreness.
This may cause symptoms like eye fatigue or even double vision.
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A With increased computer use, eye fatigue is becoming more common - and this is because we're not treating our eyes right.
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"It will not affect your eyesight but will give you eye fatigue, burning and itching eyes."
While it is little surprise that 87 percent of radiologists experience physical discomfort such as eye fatigue, neck strain and back pain when reading images for long stretches, they have ideas of how to make things better.
Symptoms enquired about included blurred vision, difficulty in refocusing, double vision, irritated or burning eyes, dryness, redness, contact lens discomfort, eyestrain, headache, eye fatigue and sensitivity to light.