Some tips to reduce the fatigue of your eyes in front of your computer
Blinking helps maintain the eye’s natural hydrating film on the ocular surface. While focusing on certain things on the screen, we blink less often causing the evaporation of tears.
Top of your screen should be at, or slightly below your eye level, and approximately at an arm’s length away from your eyes.
Adjust the screen brightness to be fitting of your surrounding environment. Position your screen so that the reflection disappears. An anti-glare screen protector may be required.
Take a small break by taking eyes away from the screen every 20 minutes.