Which monitor is best to avoid eye strain and eye fatigue

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  1. therocketdude

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    Which monitor is best to avoid eye strain and eye fatigue
    I spend more than 8 hours on computer and getting strain in my eyes and even some pain
    is there a monitor which can cause less or no damage to eyes
     
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    No, you can get yellow glasses to help with the strain. You need to do regular blinking excercises, you might want to set a alarm. Also keep monitor at fingertip length. Also look away from you computer screen without glasses at a distance for 20 seconds atleast 12 feet away every 20 minutes.
     
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    Valkurm Power Member

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    Start by using FLUX.
     
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    Thanks for the replies
     
  6. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    I installed Eyeleo, works pretty well for me.
     
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    I had never heard about that. I just might get it. Another suggestion is to wear computer glasses, although I've never personally tried them myself.

    Edit: Very interesting software! Sunset is in 4 hours for me, so I'll wait to see if it does reduce my eye-strain.
     
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  8. zikiwebs

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    i think you use Flux.. its better for you
     
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    Thanks for the replies but is there any monitor which can gurantee less fatigue or strain
    i have heared about lenovo vision monitor but looking for more choices
     
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    Just take breaks in between sessions. If you don't have a large monitor, consider upgrading to a large one to reduce the strain. Also, use the zooming options (known as magnifier in Windows PCs) to make items on your screen appear bigger.
     
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    EyeLeo is a nice idea, but sometimes it pops up in a very inconvenient time
     
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    Okay, I just used that FLUX software and it's great! As long as you're not doing colour-sensitive work at night (although you can disable it if you are), then the software is great for reducing eye-strain.
     
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    I had similar problem. Apart from using flux, doing regular breaks and exercises I would also recommend visiting optician. You gotta take care of your eyes. So, optician tested my eyes and turned out my vision was far from perfect: one eye was weaker than another. In the end I had to get prescription glasses with protective coating which made a world of difference!
     
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    I have the brightness on my computer to the lowest possible settings, works well for me.
     
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    A Dell monitor, f.lux and EyeLeo is what you need.
     
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    F.LUX is a must, no need for purchasing anything.

    How is Eyeleo, is it actually good?
     
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    Similar concerns I have, learning some new stuff on the options available for the protection of eyes.
     
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    Why not just get a clickbank product it would hold the answers to everything :eek: