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#Actualpinebanana

Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:54 AM

You could try taking a break, going outside in the fresh air and relaxing, or exercising. You could also try exercising your eyes, by starring at different locations (without moving your head, your eyes actually need to move) and statically hold it in various locations for 10 or so seconds.

After all, you do blink less when you're starring at a computer screen for hours on end.


#1pinebanana

Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:53 AM

You could try taking a break, going outside in the fresh air and relaxing, or exercising. You could also try exercising your eyes, by starring at different locations (without moving your head, your eyes actually need to move) and statically hold it for 10 or so seconds.

After all, you do blink less when you're starring at a computer screen for hours on end.


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