Simple 20-20-20 Rule Relieves Eyestrain From Too Much Screentime
Technology is here to stay and so are the ailments caused from so many hours spent using it. The Mayo Clinic is promoting a simple trick to prevent uncomfortable dry eyes and eyestrain from time in front of a computer. It's called the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, take your eyes off your computer and look at something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds. Blinking often is also recommended, as people tend to do this less while looking at a screen. Artificial teardrops can also help, along with leaning back and shutting the eyes for a few moments. Ready to give it a try?
Read more about eyestrain prevention on The Mayo Clinic website here.