One of the reasons screen time strains our eyes is that we tend to blink less often when we’re looking at them than we do normally. A good way to make up for this is to follow the 20-20-20 rule. Every twenty minutes, take a twenty-second break from looking at your screen. Look at something at least twenty feet away instead. To get in the habit, start out by setting reminders for yourself.
Invest In Computer Glasses
Just like sunglasses protect our eyes from the sun, computer glasses protect them from the strain of looking at bright screens. They may not be the best solution for people in artistic fields like graphic design, as they can alter the colors you see, but otherwise, they’re a great option to consider, particularly if these other strategies don’t seem to be doing the trick.