You may find your computer screen too bright or too dim for comfort, or maybe you have to work to read a tiny font. Just play with your settings—with a little experimentation, you may find a more comfortable option.
TAKE A BREAK
You can’t get away from your computer, but your eyes still need time off. Use the 20-20-20 rule: every 20 minutes, look away from your computer at an object about 20 feet away. Look at that object for 20 seconds. This will give your eyes a chance to reset their focus.
A great option for professionals who work longs hours on spreadsheets and suffer from visual stress
The Colorimetry test is best suited for people who work for long hours on computers using spreadsheets and MS Word. White as the default background colour is not always the best for our eyes. Colorimetry is an individualised test to assess which colour is the best suited for your eyes. The test results are provided so that you may adjust your computer’s colour settings to best suit your individual need.
Computers project strong light directly into your eyes and you can suffer from ‘pattern glare’ or ‘visual stress’. Your eyes may tire quickly and you could experience one or more of the following symptoms.
Have your computer tested:
Find out more here: https://www.kobrinmartin.co.za/colorimetry/
Very important: Always make sure you discuss and make decisions about your eye care based upon a formal appointment with your optician or doctor.
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KOBRIN & MARTIN OPTOMETRISTS, SANDTON
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