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Eyes Feel Tired And Strained

I am professional stock trader I sit whole day in front of screens in morning I trade indian markets and after 7 pm american market. At the end of the day my eyes get very tired. So I want some eye drop or any exercise or any thing which will maintain my eye health n not get affected by screens in long term pls. Also when I sleep I need some eye drop which will remove all the heat from my eyes which occurs due to screens.

I am professional stock trader I sit whole day in front of screens in morning I trade indian markets and after 7 pm a...
•make sure your computer screen is about 25 inches, or an arm's length, away from your face. The center of the screen should be about 10-15 degrees below eye level. •cut glare by using a matte screen filter. You can find them for all types of computers, phones, and tablets. •follow the 20-20-20 rule: every 20 minutes, look at an object at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds. •take a longer break of about 15 minutes after every 2 hours you spend on your devices. •use artificial tears to refresh your eyes when they feel dry. •try putting a humidifier in the room where you most often use a computer or other device. •make sure the lighting in the room you’re in is bright enough. You don’t want your device to be brighter than the surroundings. •if you wear contact lenses, give your eyes a break by wearing your glasses. •get regular eye exams. You might need to use a different pair of glasses when you’re working on a computer. Adjust your devices you can also make sure your devices are set for eye health. •raise the contrast on your screen. •make text larger. •change the brightness of the screen. It shouldn’t be lighter or darker than your surroundings. •lower the color temperature of your screen. That means it will give off less blue light, which is linked to more eyestrain. •raise the device’s refresh rate. That will cause less flickering of the screen.
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My eyes feel tired n strained in the morning. I work constantly in front of computer screen. I am able to. Read the chart clearly at the eye test. However sometimes I have to strain eyes to read long distance boards n people. Recently I checked my eyes at the shop, they recommended me to wear -0.5.I never wore glasses before but suddenly I have got eye power. What to do to reduce it.

My eyes feel tired n strained in the morning. I work constantly in front of computer screen. I am able to. Read the c...
Hi Lybrate user, Constant work on computer always creates strain on eye's. Also it causes computer vision syndrome, in which eye power gets reduced. Follow few tips to avoid this- - keep more than 20 inches distance between screan &eyes - blink eyes frequently while working on computer. - do eye exercise dialy - start using computer specs. Eye exercises will improve eye sight. Also start using Triphala churna 3gm daily with warm water after meal. Triphala is best netrya drug (tonic for eyes) in ayurveda. Also eat carrot for vitamin A & cashew, almonds for better vision.
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I’m 23 year old male and I’m having dark circles from last 10 years and I feel tired and strain in my eyes during hot summers afternoon. So what I do to heal my dark circles and to strengthen my eyes.

I’m 23 year old male and I’m having dark circles from last 10 years and I feel tired and strain in my eyes during hot...
First chek ua vision by a ophtalmologist Drink plenty of water Sleep peoperly Resuce stress If all these done we can start creams.
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I'm a 27 years female. I'm having specks since 2013. But currently from past 2 years not wearing it. Kindly Pls tell me how it will affect me?

I'm a 27 years female. I'm having specks since 2013. But currently from past 2 years not wearing it. Kindly Pls tell ...
It will cause more strain on your eyes... your number will increase faster, and you will feel tired more...
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I am suffering from stress due to family problems. I am very sensitive became puzzle in in small problem please help.

I am suffering from stress due to family problems. I am very sensitive became puzzle in in small problem please help.
Hello Lybrate user. Here are 5 ideas that can help you do that. Stress release idea #1. Challenge your body so your brain can step aside. Doing physical exercise, even if it is targeted and short, can do wonders for your brain. It improves your cognitive performance, problem solving ability, and even boosts long-term memory. But even better than that: a physical challenge will turn your mind to simple things such as figuring out how to breathe correctly and how to move your body so you can get from point A to point B. Where to begin? Start with a mini-workout: a morning yoga routine, beginner boot camp session, or a brisk 20-minute walk or run run through your neighborhood. Stress release idea #2. Train your brain to be more calm and quiet. First, take a few minutes out of the day—maybe after you’ve finished a particularly tough cognitive task or experienced a stressful conversation at work—to close your eyes and calm down. Inhale and exhale deeply for 10 counts. It’s a good way to center the mind and shut off the noise. Another idea is to meditate for 10 minutes each day. It doesn't require a lot of time, and it can help you deal better with all those random thoughts that occupy you throughout the day and contribute to your feeling stressed, rushed, and overwhelmed. Try the Headspace app that makes meditation easy and even fun, particularly if you’re a beginner and would benefit from a little guidance. Stress release idea #3. Help your brain cope better with music. Music is an effective tool to combat stress, if you know how to use it right. It can improve your mood—upbeat music gets you energized and helps you feel more motivated to get things done, while chillout music helps lower blood pressure. It also affects brain chemistry by increasing levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers and is responsible for feelings of euphoria; it also stimulates the hormone oxytocin, which helps us bond with one another and build trust. No need to prep much—just create a playlist of your favorite beats on your phone and put those headphones on. Stress release idea #4. Read more books. Why read? This simple practice can lower blood pressure, stabilize breathing, boost endorphins, stimulate the imagination, build your critical thinking skills, and even provide ideas on how you could respond differently to what is happening in your life. Start with a simple library membership at your local library; it’s free, practical, and has endless resources and opportunities to discover new books. Then set aside one hour every evening for your reading ritual: turn off the TV, get away from the computer, make a cup of hot chocolate or tea, pick some relaxing music to listen to, get a few comfortable pillows and a blanket. For book ideas, use the Goodreads app to find topics that interest you, find recommendations, and track your reading progress. Stress release idea #5. Get enough sleep. It’s not unusual that this is the one area of our life where we cut corners, opting to stay awake longer to study or work, all in hopes that this lifestyle will yield better results. In the short term (staying up all night every once in a while) that may work. But overall, chronic sleep deprivation can be a strain on your nerves, can reduce your cognitive abilities, impact your concentration, and even reduce your IQ. That’s a scary thought! How much sleep is enough? That depends on several factors. To ensure you get into the habit of sleeping at the right time, train your brain to wind down each evening by setting a bedtime alarm on your phone about 30 minutes before you need to go to bed, and by following a simple nighttime routine to help you unwind more easily and comfortably. I think your ability to relieve stress is how you individually consume and expel stress. So, for an entrepreneur stress will be highly different then an ER doctor. Although stress still has the same inherent side effects, how each of these individual manages it will be very different. Here are just a few of my suggestion on how to manage / relieve stress that have worked well for me. Get a support group By having a support group you'll be able to process your thoughts externally. It's fine to think inside your head, but once you verbalize it the vibrations will hit your subconscious and redirect your irrational thoughts. You will also receive valuable advice from your support group. Don't sit, get up I've talked about this before but sitting slouched, hovered over your keyboard will only make things worse. Get up and move. I like to reach to the sky and then go straight into a standing hamstring stretch. It loosens you up and gets blood flowing. Use a Stability ball A stability ball won't be the "thing" that makes you stress free, but it'll help support proper posture. Proper posture makes you more confident, less tired and less irritable. This doesn't manage your stress but it'll help ward it off before it arrives. Take deep breaths By focusing on breaths, you'll briefly forget the worries that are troubling you. Take 15 deep breaths. As you inhale your diaphragm should expand and as you exhale it should contract. Focus only on your breath. By taking these focused deep breaths, more oxygen will reach your vital organs. Nothing like a little brain boost when stressed. Get some rays Have you ever gone to the beach or laid by the pool and felt completely relaxed? The sun has a natural calming effect but the added benefits are just being outdoors and getting fresh air. Mother nature is the "pill" to cure your worries. Office decor Buy yourself a couple of office plants. By having them in your office they'll help filter and regulate your office atmosphere. And it doesn't hurt visually, especially if you're in a cubicle. Workout when you get home Going home and working out is the best way to loosen up and clear the mind. After you'll feel more relaxed and rational. Tip - Bring a paper and pen incase any thoughts flood your mind. You want to get them out of your head and on paper. This way you can refer back and focus on you and your workout, that's it. Clear your mind Easier said than done I know, but clearing your mind has a powerful effect. It declutters your thoughts and grounds you. Your mind races all day long. Slow it down and think about nothing. Get good at meditating each and every day. Go to bed early What? There is no way you can get to bed early. Spare me. Yes, you can. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 50-70 million adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder. The effects are HUGE. By reducing your sleep by as much as 30 minutes one night it can cut your day time alertness by 32%. Getting more sleep will not only energize you, it'll also significantly reduce your stress levels. Eat well in the morning By eating a healthy, well-balanced breakfast you're preparing your body for the full day ahead. Getting these essential nutrients first thing in the morning are key to warding off environmental and office stressors. Focus on quality protein and fat, with a side of berries. Sincerely, use these natural tips and if it doesn't work then go for face to face counselling Thank You All The Best.
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I am depressed since my fiance broke up in a single day after a live in relationship of 13 months showing ignorance has blocked all phones and contacts. It was a family matter and the marriage was also fixed but all of a sudden she is ignoring. I am not able to bear the shock. I can't stay like this. Have not got sleep for last 16 days and also can't eat. Very down and depressed. Please guide me how can I help this situation.

I am depressed since my fiance broke up in a single day after a live in relationship of 13 months showing ignorance h...
7 Yoga Poses That Will Help You Fight Depression Some days, you dread getting up in the morning and facing the world. Hopelessness takes over, and you feel empty. If this recurs often, you are in trouble, my friend, as depression is knocking on your door. The sooner you find a solution, the better. Yoga is said to relieve depression naturally, and here’s a list of 7 yoga poses that will help you do so. Take a look. Before that, let’s get to know a few facts about depression. What Is Depression? Depression is an illness that affects your brain. It is your reaction to something sad, loss of someone, or dejection. When these feelings aggravate and become intense, it leads to a medical condition called clinical depression. You know you are depressed when you display the following symptoms consistently for two weeks. Symptoms Of Depression •You feel worthless and guilty on a daily basis. •Your concentration decreases and indecisiveness takes over. •All the hobbies and activities you enjoyed previously now don’t seem appealing at all. •You think about death and contemplate suicide. •You feel unstable and fidgety or incredibly dull and slow. •There will be a significant change in your weight – you either gain it or lose it. What Causes Depression? When you get emotionally attached to something over a period, and it doesn’t exist anymore, it leaves a gap, and depression takes over to cope with the loss. Genetics, fluctuation in the hormone levels, some medical conditions, post-surgery reaction, and high stress levels also cause depression. It is a common yet severe problem that needs to be tackled before it gets out of hand. Let’s now find out how to do that. Yoga As A Cure For Depression Yoga is one of the best ways to lighten your mood and keep depression at bay. Yoga poses increase blood circulation to the brain and enable the production of the mood-elevating hormones. The practice of yoga doesn’t have any adverse side effects, which make it a better option as compared to other medication for depression. Some yoga poses to fight depression are mentioned below. Try them for at least 12 weeks to notice significant changes. 7 Depression-Fighting Yoga Poses 1.Balasana (Child Pose) 2.Sethu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose) 3.Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward-Facing Dog Pose) 4.Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose) 5.Halasana (Plow Pose) 6.Uttanasana (Standing Forward Fold Pose) 7.Savasana (Corpse Pose) 1. Balasana (Child Pose) Balasana helps calm your brain and relieves stress and anxiety. It gently stretches your lower back and hips, enabling your body to relax. Peace and calm prevail over your entire being, helping you deal with your depression better. Balasana is considered as one of the most comfortable yoga poses. All you have to do is kneel and sit on your heels. Make sure your big toes touch each other. Keep your hands on your knees and spread your knees hip-width apart. Then, bend your torso forward, in between your divided thighs, with your face touching the ground. Bring your arms forward and place them on either side of your head, with the palms facing down. Be in this position for a few minutes. 2. Sethu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose) Sethu Bandhasana strengthens the back muscles and relieves a tired back. It helps you relax and works wonders for people suffering from stress, anxiety, and depression. Sethu Bandhasana opens up your heart, making you feel light and at ease. To do the pose, lie down on the floor on your back. Keep your arms on the floor on either side with the palms facing down. Lift your legs by folding them at the knees. Make sure the ankles and knees are in a straight line, and the feet are a few inches apart. Then, gently lift your entire back off the floor and stay there for a few seconds. While doing this, your thighs should be parallel to each other, and your chest should touch your chin. Make sure you do not bend your chin. 3. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward-Facing Dog Pose) Urdhva Mukha Svanasana can easily cure mild fatigue and depression. It has an overall rejuvenating effect on your body, and all the stress trapped in your back will vanish. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana strengthens and awakens your upper body. To do the asana, lie on the floor with your face down and legs following the same with the toes facing downward and a few inches apart. Place your palms near the chest on either side, facing down. Keep your palms close to your ribs. Lift your torso and straighten your arms and legs a few inches off the floor. Press the top part of your feet firmly into the ground. Keep your head straight or facing upwards and your shoulders away from your ears and let your chest rise. 4. Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose) Adho Mukha Svanasana enables fresh blood to flow into your body. It stretches the neck and cervical spine, releasing the stress in them, thereby reducing anxiety and calming your being. Adho Mukha Svanasana strengthens your abdominal muscles and improves digestion. To do the pose, make a posture of a table with your body. Use your legs and hands to make the legs of the table and your back as the table top. Now, straighten your elbows and knees, pushing your hip upward and forming an inverted V-shape with your body. The hands should be shoulder-width apart, legs hips-width apart, and the toes pointing straight. Firmly press your hands to the ground and straighten your neck. Your ear should touch your inner arms. Keep your eye gaze at your navel. × 5. Halasana (Plow Pose) Halasana reduces the strain on your back and enhances your posture. It calms your brain, gives it a good stretch, and reduces stress. It keeps headaches and insomnia at bay. Halasana is one of the best calming poses for your nervous system. To do the pose, lie flat on your back, with your arms kept alongside your body. Lift your legs off the ground at an angle of 90 degrees to the ground. Then, place your hands on your hips and using them as support, lift your hips towards your chest. Slowly bring down your legs and take them over your head, touching the ground beyond your head and placing your toes firmly on the ground. Make sure your thighs are straight to avoid them touching your head. Remove your hands from the hips, straighten your arms forward, and place them on the ground with the palms facing downward. 6. Uttanasana (Standing Forward Fold Pose) Uttanasana relieves tension in your back, shoulders, and neck and improves the functioning of your nervous system. It calms you and reduces anxiety. Uttanasana also improves blood circulation. To do the asana, stand straight with your arms alongside your body and your feet at arms’ length. Now, place your arms on your hips and bend forward at the hips. Make your head and chest touch your thighs. Bring your hands down and put them beside your feet or hold your ankles from behind. Keep your thighs straight. 7. Savasana (Corpse Pose) Savasana rejuvenates you and helps your body relax. It reduces blood pressure and lets the effects of the previous poses to sink in better. Finally, after all the mind and body invigorating poses, Savasana will give you all the rest and scope to heal. To do the Savasana, lie on the floor on your back. Keep your feet a few inches apart and let them fall sideways. Let your arms lie alongside your body with your palms facing upwards. Now, gently close your eyes and let your whole body relax, slowly and gently. Take deep breaths, and stay in the moment. All the poses mentioned above will help relieve the emotional scars and trauma deeply ingrained in your physical and psychic body. Do give it a shot. Now, let’s look at some common queries regarding depression. Expert’s Answers For Readers’ Questions Is depression more prevalent in women than in men? Yes, depression is more common in women than in men. The biological and hormonal changes that women go through in their life may be factors responsible for this. What is Postpartum Depression (PDD)? Postpartum depression occurs in women after they give birth to a child. PDD occurs due to physical and hormonal changes in their body and the overwhelming feeling of taking care of a newborn. Is the rate of depression increasing? According to reports, the rate of depression is increasing. It could be due to the stress that comes with the modern way of living. How do people react when they are diagnosed with depression? The reactions vary from person to person. Usually, they are either comforted by the thought that their problem has been recognized or go through shock, sadness or feel ashamed that they have a mental illness. How common is depression? Depression is widespread and is prevalent in about 121 million people across the world. When you do yoga, you pay attention to your body. It makes you feel whole and connected. Yoga offers support and solace and the ability to live in the moment. The unique mind-body approach of yoga is more and more becoming the choice to fight depression. It is holistic and long-lasting without any side effects. So, why not?
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Hi I am having lot of tiredness from more than month, after coming back from office I have no energy to watch tv for 30 minutes, full body pain, eyes gets very fast tired, feel like to sleep all the time, body not supporting for long time to watch tv or work, My duty hours are 3 days duty 3 days off, 12 hours shift. Working on pc full time Body gets tired very fast I feel like to sit or need to sleep immediately After nap break I can fresh for 3 hours and then body gets tired I have taken the lot of medicines for vertigo problem, My eys gets dried very fast Body pain will get frequently If sits on pc for more that 2 hour headache will come and body gets tired and feel like to sleep I have neck pain also Please. Se review and advise me to visit which specialises doctors Thanks

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In a world full of personal computers, hand-held video games, smartphones and e-readers, and hours of television, eye-related problems such as Computer Vision Syndrome are increasing in many people. Before your eyes are badly strained, have blurry vision and needlessly suffer headaches, follow these tips before it reaches a critical stage. Tips to Curb your Screen Habits 1. Blink- The average human being blinks 20 times a minute – but only 7 times a minute when using a computer. The longer the eye remains open between blinks, the more likely the cornea is to dehydrate, burn or ache. Blink often to keep the eyes moist. It washes your eyes in naturally therapeutic tears. 2. Look Away- For every 20 minutes that you spend watching television, reading, or working on the computer, stare at an object 20 feet away from you for 20 seconds. Better yet, take a 10-minute bathroom break at least every two hours, even if you don’t have to go. Walk there, back or anywhere, letting your eyes idle. Hey, chit-chat with a co-worker while you are at it and ask them how they are doing! 3. Bring an object (such as a pen) as close to your eyes as possible while still being able to focus on the object clearly, then focus on an object 10 feet away from you. Repeat this exercise for 3 to 5 minutes several times per day. 4. Roll your eyes upward towards your eyebrows, and then roll your eyes in a large circle. Repeat every few hours when using your computer or watching television to combat Computer Vision Syndrome. 5. Try Palming- “Palm” your eyes by covering them with the palms of your hands, blocking out the light completely for 1 to 3 minutes several times a day. Palming is one of the most relaxing things you can do for your eyes. 6. Try Natural Home Remedies- This might sound funny, but put potato slices on your closed eyes for about 20 minutes. If you eyes are burning, itchy and irritated, this old homemade remedy just might help you. Rose water is a relaxer and can be used as eye drops for soothing effect in tired and fatigued eyes. Wash and flush your eyes in cool tap water. BESIDES this, eat healthy and nutritious food, avoid alcohol and smoking, avoid spicy and junk food, eat salads and sprouts, be hydrated, take proper sleep and be stress free. I hope the above tips will help you. For more queries contact us.
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I have painful blurred eyes & feel tired all day. I go to my eyes checked but doctor felt them OK after eye tests.

I have painful blurred eyes & feel tired all day. I go to my eyes checked but doctor felt them OK after eye tests.
Get your bp checked too and report. Till then wash your eyes with triphala strain every morning for four weeks.
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I am 31 years old male. I am suffering from weird problem since last two and half years. In the beginning, whenever I used to go out for work or anything within hour and so my eyes used to become heavy and tired. I noticed that on sunny day eyes use to hurt more. Gradually, problem became more prominent and used to hurt eyes more often even while working at home. Sometimes, I just couldn't concentrate on anything I am doing at that moment. Even after taking a good night sleep upon waking next morning I used to feel problem still not gone. I visited few doctors and all of them said there's nothing wrong with eyes, even eyesight has not changed (I wear glasses, Left Cyl -1, Right Cyl -1.75). They just gave lubricant for dry eyes, which I took from time to time. I felt so helpless and surprised that what is actually my problem? I have started to become used to this problem so that I could get back to my life normally. After couple of years now this eye problem has become lot more severe. Whenever I go to a place where rapid eye movement, for eg mall, public event etc, problem initiates and it becomes extremely difficult to react to people and activities. Eyes feel extremely strained even while talking to and concentrating on person standing next to me. Nowadays, whole day I feel my eyes are strained no matter what I do. It becomes very difficult to do multi-tasking activities, for eg office offline and online work, cooking etc. It becomes foggyhearing and seeing coordination hampers. I have even did "Pen-Point" concentration exercise time to time. Initially it used to help but it no more helps now. This weird problem has taken a lot of toll on my day to day life. Somebody please help.

I am 31 years old male. I am suffering from weird problem since last two and half years. In the beginning, whenever I...
Your history suggests problem of dry Eye for which you have already been treated but that has not helped you. Another thing which you should do is to get the power of your eyes checked again with cycloplegic drops that is after putting drops for dilating the pupil and also your eye muscles should be checked.
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I am 26 year old boy. I have been working hotel manager for the last 3 years. I have 1 problem that when I do not get sleep during the day, my hands and legs swollen.

I am 26 year old boy. I have been working hotel manager for the last 3 years. I have 1 problem that when I do not get...
Lack Of Sleep - Negative Impacts Of It! Sleep is an activity where you do nothing, but rest. You relax your body and mind, you rest your bones and muscles, and you rest your eyes after a long day of physical exertion. It is extremely necessary for you to get ample amount of sleep to stay healthy. Sleep has two component: REM sleep and non-REM sleep. Both are required in sufficient duration for proper effective sleep. Most effective and healthy sleep time is between 10PM - 3 AM. Going early to bed and rising early helps you maintain a healthy body and mind. Otherwise, there are various problems which you might have to face if you are lacking sleep. Elevates the risk of stroke: According to study, people who get less sleep are more prone to having strokes than those who get enough sleep. If you sleep for less than 6 hours every day, you multiply the risk of having a stroke four times than ordinary. Obesity: Lack of sleep can cause obesity. It usually forces you to take erratic food decisions, leading you to eat a lot of junk food. Less sleep administers certain hormonal changes which make you feel hungrier and believe that you haven't eaten enough food. The production of the hormone ghrelin, which controls your hunger, increases due to less sleep. Hence, it may lead to obesity if you keep eating without keeping a check on what you eat. Increases the risk of diabetes: Sleep and the production of insulin are inversely related to each other. Among teenagers, the less you sleep; the more insulin resistant your body becomes. This means the body is not able to use the insulin effectively. Increase the risk of hypertension: There is Blood pressure drop in deep sleep which is required for maintaining normal blood pressure. Patients who are hypertensive and not able to sleep properly will have more chances of having increased blood pressure despite taking medicines. Results in poor memory: Less sleep causes tiredness. When you are extremely tired, you are not able to focus on anything going on around you, you cannot concentrate on your work, and you get forgetful. In fact, consistent lack of sleep can even cause permanent loss of memory. This is because you are not being able to fully utilize the memory boosting ability of sleep. This eventually causes brain deterioration which results in permanent memory loss. Affects your Heart: Lack of sleep can have an extremely negative impact on your heart. Less sleep also causes stress and strain to your body and mind. It results in an increased production of certain chemicals and hormones in the body which is harmful for your heart. According to a study in 2011, people who sleep less than 6 hours every day increase the risk of having heart problems by almost 48%. It is not very healthy to sleep less as it can complicate your daily life activities. Sleep enough and stay healthy.
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