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8 thoughts on “ Tired Eyes ”

  1. Taudal says:
    Your eyes are burning, itchy, and tired. It’s a common condition but rarely serious. You can take simple steps to prevent or ease this problem. It those tactics don’t work, see your doctor.
  2. Tesho says:
    Tired eyes from muscle fatigue may also appear red and puffy. In some instances, the eyes may look tired but you may not be tired. In people born with thicker eyelids, the eyes appear to droop. As people age, fat can accumulate around the eyes, and the extra tissue can make the eyes look tired. This is often described as bags under the eyes.
  3. Juzilkree says:
    Tired eyes can come from any number of activities. Some of the most common include too little sleep, allergies, working on the computer for too long, poor lighting conditions, driving a car for prolonged periods of time, reading for long periods, or any other activity that may require the eyes to maintain intense focus for long periods of time.
  4. Guramar says:
    Tired eyes, or asthenopia, is a condition that results from overuse of the eyes, particularly in situations of low light, intense focus, or using your eyes for long periods of time without resting them. People with tired eyes might struggle to focus their vision. They might feel pain in their eyes.
  5. Gokinos says:
    Tired eyes are a common result of extended eye strain, like staring at a screen all day or driving long distances. Tired eyes will not cause permanent eye damage, but it's still important to recognize the symptoms of tired eyes so you can make changes to retain and improve eye comfort.
  6. Vusida says:
    Tired eyes are annoying, but very common. They are usually nothing to worry about, even though your eyes may burn and itch. By using common sense, you will be able to alleviate the condition. It is very rare for you to need medical attention if you experience tired eyes. Causes of Tired Eyes. A number of activities can cause tired eyes. These.
  7. Kagakus says:
    In other words, your peepers are putting in overtime on a daily basis, which can contribute to repetitive eye strain and associated headaches, blurred vision, and dry eyes. Consider the following five ways to reduce your blue light exposure and decrease the potential onset of digital eye strain. 1. Ask the expert (your eye doctor!).
  8. Meztilkree says:
    Tired Eye Relief. Ways to help relieve tired eye symptoms include: take frequent viewing breaks. Try the Rule. Look away from your screen every 20 minutes and stare at something 20 feet in front of you for 20 seconds. minimize glare use proper lighting; adjust the display settings on your screen; use lubricating eye drops like VISINE.

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