Staring too much at your display? You may not be blinking enough
| by Anuradha Shetty |
The fact that many of us lead lives that are fairly dependent on technology is something that most of us would readily agree upon. But, that it demands so much of our attention - even making us forget to blink is a definite head turner of a news. A report by the Daily Mail throws light on an increasingly common, and worrying eye condition called the dry eye, which is caused by constant staring at one’s screen, then be it of one’s desktop computer, smartphones or the latest fad - tablets! The report's suggesting that more and more people now find themselves struggling with this condition of the eye called 'dry eye', which results in a nagging itchy, gritty feeling in the eyes, sometimes even making them inflamed. Medical experts would tell you that the dry eye syndrome, also referred to as keratoconjunctivitis sicca is a fairly common eye condition, wherein eyes fail to lubricate (form tears) adequately, thereby causing them to grow swollen, to redden.
Blinking is key! (Image credit: Getty Images)
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