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Computer Vision Syndrome
Jan 30, 2019 Tech Insider: Americans spend more than seven hours a day starting at digital screens. This screen time often leads to blurred vision, eyestrain, and long-term vision problems like nearsightedness. What’s more, screens emit blue light, which disrupts our circadian rhythms at night when we’re trying to fall asleep. And all of this...
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Industrial Psychiatry Journal, 01 Jan 2019, 28(1):68-74DOI: 10.4103/ipj.ipj_93_18 PMID: 31879450 PMCID: PMC6929228 Abstract Background: Computer vision syndrome (CVS) encompasses a constellation of ocular and extraocular symptoms in computer users who either habitually or compulsively use computers for long periods of time. Electronic devices such as computers, smart phones, and tablets emit blue light (400-490 nm) from their light-emitting diodes...
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