Near Point Stress…You Gotta Learn About This

When a person has stopped growing, and their eyes are progressively getting worse, it is probable because what is called “near point stress”. At risk: office workers who work on their computers all day long, also students researching and chatting with friends on line.

And, Facebook Users, who sit for hours and write back and forth. What about avid television/movie watchers. When you wear corrective lenses, contacts or glasses, then the muscles of your eye can only be can only be resting when you are looking at an object a minimum of about 20 feet away. So how often does an office worker, a Facebook user, a student actually look away from the screen or TV? Not too often, we know that.

If you focus on anything, like a monitor, television screen, book at less than twenty feet, then your eyes will actually have to accommodate to do that – that is they have to actually change the muscles to focus at less than that 20 feet.

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Various Problems Related to Eyes

The problems of eyes are very common in people. Eyes are used for doing every kind of activity. There are some activities in which one has to stare at one object constantly. Some of the activities in which eyes are used regularly are watching TV, studying, working on computer, stitching clothes etc. These kinds of activities usually lead to problems of eyes.

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Emotional Response Can Alter Pupil Size

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You’ve probably heard of body language as a way of communicating true feelings. But did you know there’s also such a thing as eye language?

Researchers have known for years that pupil size is a major clue in determining a person’s emotional response, and can sometimes contradict what’s actually being said. If you want to know safe how your date honestly feels about you, look into his or her eyes. A larger pupil indicates a positive response, whereas a constricted pupil indicates a less than favorable reaction. Similar eye responses can be seen in reactions to food or other stimuli.

In the 1960’s and 1970’s, German immigrant and psychologist Eckhard Hess first researched the importance of the eye’s pupil size in response to emotional stimuli through eye measurements known as pupillometrics or pupillometry., 2006

The 10-10-10 Rule Combat Computer Vision Stress

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You Can Too! How to See Clearly &
Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

Are you holiday shopping online? Remember how to eliminate the damaging affects with near point stress associated with computer use?

Every time you are performing close vision work for over 10 consecutive minutes, look up and focus on anything that is at least 10 feet away, for at least 10 seconds. 10-10-10…

Incorporate this technique into everything you do up close. It will momentarily relieve your eyes from the long duration near point stress. This technique, along with a few more simple ones just like it can help to save your vision for years to come!

Visions of Sugarplums: Your Eyes and Holiday Stress

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Let’s face it: the holidays can be stressful. Whether you’re elbowing department store crowds, wrestling strings of lights onto a tree that seems to grow an inch every second, or traveling over the river and through the woods on a cramped, airless seat in coach to get to Grandma’s house, you may find your holiday cheer fast disappearing.

This time of year, newspapers and magazines are filled with tips on how to get through the holiday season, but very few deal with that most crucial part of the body: the eyes. Our eyes are interconnected with almost every part of our being. Properly caring for our eyes can have a positive effect on various aspects of our body, mind, and emotions. The reverse is also true-how we care for our body, mind, and emotions can affect our eyes.

Here, then, are seven tips for relieving eye stress-which, in turn, will help you feel good all over-guaranteeing, if not visions of sugarplums, then at least holidays without vision problems.

1. Winterize your eyes

Every skier and snowboarder knows that your eyes need protection in the winter, too. Don’t file away those sunglasses in a drawer: In the winter months, the sun sits lower in the sky and at a different angle, which may expose you to more ultraviolet light and glare. The risk can be just as significant on gray, overcast days as on clear, sunny ones.

2. Don’t shop til you drop

If  you’ve ever come home from a day of shopping exhausted and irritable, you are not alone. It’s not just the crowds that wear you out; all that artificial lighting can also make you feel fatigued and cranky. Plus, some folks are just sensitive to too much visual stimulation-between your fellow shoppers and the loads of merchandise, your eyes don’t get to rest. If you must shop all day, then at least take some breaks at the Food Court to close and/or exercise your poor peeps.

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