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— PC eye comfort & health —

Reduce computer vision syndrome (CVS) symptoms
caused by computer light sensitivity:

Eye-strain / Tired eyes. Sore eyes. Dry eyes. Blurred vision. Headaches. Photophobia. General exhaustion. Etc…

You’ll also find useful information related to other conditions frequently associated with light sensitivity/photophobia.

 

Your solution to CVS

 

Glarminy will help you consider the right issues to improve your eye comfort.

Your eye fatigue might be due to one or several different causes.

Making your eyes feel better might require some exploration
and may consist of one or more measures.

 

Also, if you still have doubts

Write to me!

I’ll do my best to help you.

 

Need a quick fix?

 

In case it is really bad read this first:

Computer eye-strain relief treatment with heat and cold

It should work no matter what caused your eye strain.

A short-term solution, though.

 

Is computer light* really
what is causing your eye strain?

EYE FATIGUE A repetitive-strain-injury

Rule out non-light-related causes of computer vision syndrome

 

* Computer light is considered the aggregate of all light to which your eyes are exposed when performing screen based tasks: light emitted by screen(s), indirect glare and reflections, and ambient lighting (artificial and natural).

 

Change text and background colors

 

To reduce CVS:

Avoid colors with high blue light content, particularly white and blue

Simple rules:
Warmer and darker colors have lower blue light content
Use colors higher in Red and lower in Blue on RGB scale
Ensure comfortable contrast

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Now you understand the background choice for this site 🙂
It might not be the ideal color for you
but for most it is a lot better than white!

 

How to change colors in:

Windows 10

Windows 8.1 (also choice of fonts recommendations)

Windows 7 (Word, Excel,…), pdf reader, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome

 

Office lighting

 

Light intensity, blue light content, and glare/reflections it generates
frequently cause eye fatigue.

 

Fluorescent/CFL/LED lights and eye strain

Anti-reflective and Glare-free computer lighting

Reduce brightness to reduce glare

Increase brightness to reduce glare

The ideal lighting – the concept

 

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