[ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye - Printable Version

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[ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye : [ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye
Smartphones and Your Eyes You and Eye If you asked me to name the most useful handheld device in every home in Nigeria today, I would say, it is the mobile phone. A smart phone is a mobile phone that performs many of the functions of a computer. It usually has a touch screen and is able to access the internet. The Communications Commission of Nigeria (NCC) has revealed that the number of telephone lines connected in Nigeria is approximately 216 million (May 2016). The average Nigerian uses the phone several times a day. Therefore, it is not surprising that a number of users are asking questions about the security and health challenges posed by these phones. "Can it damage the computer's eyes screen?" Asked Yomi. Keep in mind that smartphones are mini computers. Some computer users have complained of uncomfortable eye-related symptoms such as eye fatigue, dry eyes, headache, fatigue, difficulty focusing, blurred vision, double vision, itching, sandy sensations and eye irritation as well as Shoulders and neck after staring Your phone or computer monitors for hours on end. These are genuine complaints caused, not by the computer, but by abuse or excessive use of their eyes. Focusing on anything (whether a digital device or a book) for long periods without taking a break at all could cause similar symptoms. This can be solved in three ways. First, try more often by blinking. Second, close your eyes for a minute or take a look at a distant object every half hour. Lastly, be sure to wear a pair of suitable glasses (if you are supposed to) and make sure your phone or computer is at a suitable working distance. The preferred viewing distance is between 50 and 100 cm from the eyes. You can increase the size of the text for smaller screens. "How bright should my computer screen be?" Asked Toye. The brightness of your computer screen is usually not a major concern. It is good to keep the phone screen bright. This reduces the blinking speed of the computer and reduces fatigue, visual fatigue and headaches. In addition, a bright screen makes your pupil contract, giving you a wider range of focus, reducing the need for your eyes to accommodate and allowing you to work longer and more comfortably. However, it is desirable to create equal brightness in the room or around your workstation to avoid strong contrast between your computer screen and the i