All Your Digital Screens Are Wreaking Havoc on Your Eyes (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 11 Jul 2016
You’re reading this on your desktop computer, on a tablet, or on a smartphone? You know what, it doesn’t really matter what you’re reading this on. What matters is that you’re reading it on a device that has a digital screen.

Having 2 or more digital devices is now the norm, and digital media consumption is at an all-time high. As the infographic below explains, this has a negative impact on our eyes and could even lead to retinal damage and vision loss.

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Via WhatIsDryEye.


In related news...

Here’s another infographic that presents useful information about digital eye strain.

Also, did you know that sitting at your desk for prolongued periods of time is bad for your health? But then again, standing isn’t that much better either.




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