Harmful effects of computer screen
Computer use does present some clear health risks, mostly due to eye and muscle strain. Reports of repetitive stress injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful wrist ailment, rose sharply during the 80s, no doubt in part due to people staring fixedly at computer screens while sitting in uncomfortable positions for hours on end. Luckily, the warning signs are usually pretty obvious. When we work at a computer a lot and Our back, wrist, eyes, neck, head, etc., starts to bother us, it's time to address the situation firmly. We have to get a decent chair, a bigger monitor with a sharper display (trying to read Windows screen fonts on a fuzzy display will give anybody migraines), an anti-glare screen, and an adjustable or at least lower-than-standard-desk-height shelf for the keyboard.
Specific effects of Video Display Unit work on operators eyesight, skin, musculoskeletal and reproductive systems,
• Digestive and eating disorders
there have also been many reports of a general worsening of VDU workers' health, both physical and mental. Problems
rangeover a wide area including:
• Angina and other heart or circulatory problems
• Migraine attacks
• Sexual difficulties
• Increased risk of some types of cancer
Do you spend more than two hours a day working on a computer? Do you sometimes experience headaches, loss of focus, burning/tired eyes, double or blurred vision or neck and shoulder pains? If the answer of any of the above questions is yes, then there are high chances are that you suffer from computer vision syndrome (CVS).