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Submitted by Peter
Do not position your computer screen under a bright fluorescent light or opposite a window.

Install an anti glare screen; reduce blur by cleaning it often and tuning the display so that there is a high contrast between the words and background.

When reading or writing, light should come from over your shoulder - the right shoulder if you're left-handed, the left shoulder if you're right-handed.

Turn on a low light when watching television and sit directly in front of the screen, 6-7ft/1.8-2m away.

Wear polarised sunglasses in sunlight, particularly when sunbathing, boating, skiing or driving long distances.

If your eyes feel tired and ache after prolonged close work, refresh them by refocusing on a distant object for several seconds.

Whenever possible, rest your eyes for 15 minutes every hour or so.