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Eye care information

Like all other major organs in our body, the eye needs proper nutrition and protection from injury. Although we are well acquainted with the need to wear eye protection when taking part in sports activity that could result in accidental eye injury, we should also be aware of what may be a less obvious risk, yet one with great implications to eye health: eye stress and fatigue. Among young adults today, stress and fatigue have been found to be contributors to the development of acquired myopia which is the refractive error more commonly known as near sightedness.

A significant contributor to ocular fatigue and stress is the extensive use of video games and other hand held devices. Improper reading distance, poor posture, poor lighting, restless sleeping habits, prolonged computer work, emotional stress, living and studying in a small space are all additional factors. More information

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