staring at screens all day can leave our eyes feeling tired-but there are simple ways to alleviate this:
Follow the 20:20:20:rule:Look up from your screen every 20 minutes and look at something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds when using a screen.
Adjust your screen, so it is 15-20 degrees below your eye level and around 50-70 cm away from the eyes.
Make sure your room is properly lit to avoid squinting. Adjust your screen settings to ensure that the brightness and contrast are balanced correctly. Doing this can help to reduce eye strain.
Reflection bouncing off your computer screen can cause eye issues too, so try attaching an anti-glare screen to your monitor or windows to avoid external light shining onto the screen.