Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Did You Know That Your Smartphone Is Gradually Ruining Your Eyes

Most of us love our phone brightness to be at maximum level even in the dark which unknowingly to us, is eyes damaging.

Have you noticed that when you view your smartphone for a while and then when you lift your head, you find that your eyes are somewhat blurry?
Have you noticed that you can reflexively close your left eye and open the right one. But it's very hard to close the right eye and open the left one....or vice versa?


Late at night, you cradle your smartphone in your palm and use it before you go to sleep. Although the lights are out, the glaring screen is bright enough for your eyes to see whatever it is you're scrolling through or reading.

Research shows that using a smartphone at night, in the dark, especially during bedtime, can actually cause the feeling of “transient smartphone blindness”

Report also shows how two women suffers transient smartphone blindness age 22 and 40. Looking at your smartphone while lying in bed at night could wreak havoc on your vision.

Remember, your eyes are very important and I don’t want you to go blind or temporary blind.

Here is what you should do
>>At night, reduce the brightness of your smartphone to the minimum in order to avoid stories that touch the eyes and affect the economy of your pocket.

>>Those of you using a laptop, you’ll notice that your eyes are gradually being affected either because you stay too much on the system and as a result, its affecting your vision. Reduce your system brightness to the minimum.


If you love your eyes, take good care of it because to get new ones, I can't begin to explain. 


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