70% of workers suffer from visual fatigue. Are you one of them?

Visual fatigue can cause a range of symptoms such as headache, dry eyes, redness of the eyes, blurry vision, and neck and back pain. In addition, visual fatigue can also affect concentration, productivity, and overall well-being.

Visual fatigue can be caused by various factors, such as inadequate lighting, incorrect monitor position, improper distance between the user and the device, and lack of eye rest. In more severe cases, visual fatigue can also lead to long-term health problems such as myopia and astigmatism.

It is important to take measures to reduce visual fatigue as it can negatively affect the quality of life. Some recommendations include taking regular breaks and performing eye stretching exercises, adjusting lighting properly, changing the position of the monitor or device, and adjusting the distance between the user and the screen.

Circadian lighting can effectively reduce visual fatigue, so it is important to pay attention to lighting and adjust it according to the time of day and task needs to avoid visual fatigue and improve visual health and overall well-being.