Computers and other equipment, such as monitors, have become common in each office work. It is not strange if many people have to work in front of monitors all day. At first we might be a little worried about the impact of the computer and the monitor light emitted radiation can disrupt the body’s health, especially the eyes. However, experts did not ever give equipment to create an increasingly friendly to the environment and health.
Still, working too long in front of the monitor screen still can affect health, such as eye fatigue, back pain, shoulder and neck. Here are some tips to overcome fatigue and eye strain while working in front of the monitor. Hopefully we can keep the gift a fixed eye, although they had to work long hours.
* Work in a fairly light room
Notice the lighting in your workspace. Do not work in a room that is too bright and blinding. Use blinds to adjust the light from the window. Place the overhead lights. Avoid staring at the light directly. Conversely, do not also work in a room that is too dark or dim. Try to keep your room bright enough so that your eyes do not work hard.
* Use a filter monitor
To reduce glare and radiation emitted by the monitor, use the monitor glass filter. Talk to your computer equipment vendor to get a good filter and is able to reduce the influence of radiation, not just dim light of the monitor.
* Check your monitor
Check if your monitor is still working properly? Compare with other monitors. When a picture is looking increasingly dim, flickering or not comfortable for your eyes, then it is time to repair or replace the monitor. Better to change the monitor instead of letting your eyes disturbed. Frequently monitor clean of dust and dirt that interfere with the screen.
* Put the paper work to be easily readable
If you must work with a copy or read the paper work, then put the paper work within a balanced with your monitor. This is so that you do not need to go back and forth to focus the view to read your paper work, after reading on the screen.
* Note the position of the monitor
Place the screen in such a way that makes an angle of 10-15 degrees from the straight line with your views. This is in addition to avoid tiring your eyes, as well as keeping your shoulders and your neck is quite comfortable to work.
* Work with “font” which is quite large
If you must edit the text in front of a computer, make sure the size or “font” letters that you use big enough. Do not force your eyes to read small letters on the monitor. Your eye is not a microscope for inscription on the screen. Use the facility to zoom in or adjust the display image on your monitor. When you’ve finished editing or reading, you can return the font to its original position.
* Rest your eyes
Relax your eyes. Close or blink-Blink. Do not rub your eyes. However, frequently flashing. It can reduce tension and keep your eyes stay moist and cool. If you too long to see at close range, you look away toward the distant. Do this for a few minutes every 30 minutes.
* Check your glasses or contact lenses
If you use glasses or contact lenses and you have to work all day in front of the monitor, it is better to consult your eye doctor or optical so you can get glasses that fit. Both, the size of the lens and frame. When you get tired using spectacles, uninstall it. Glasses can make eyes tired. Occasionally
free to let your eyes see. However, soon you wear glasses if feels to wear it. Do not force your eyes to see without the aid of your glasses.