Eye Strain Center

Eye strain is a symptom caused by looking at something for a long time. Symptoms and signs include redness, light sensitivity, headaches, and blurred vision. Symptoms may be treated by closing the eyes and taking a break from the visual task. Read more: Eye Strain Article

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Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 11/22/2019

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