3 EYE HEALTH Distance Learning Tips for Students, Parents and Teachers

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~~~~ Distance Learning Tips ~~~
1: Take Frequent Breaks
Remote learning requires A LOT of screen time
👉 Follow the 20/20/20 Rule
Every 20 minutes
Take a 20 second break
Looking 20 feet away
Hopefully, this will reduce the chance of digital eye strain

2: Limit Blue Light Exposure
Online learning requires the use of digital screens which emit Blue Light.
Blue light can change your sleep cycle by reducing melatonin.
~~~ Blue light tips for distance learning ~~~
🔹Decrease computer use in the evening
🔹Turn on any blue light mode apps
🔹Consider Blue Light glasses and screen protectors

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3: Prevent Dry Red Eyes
Staring at the screen reduces your blink rate and can lead to dry tired eyes.
– Blink your eyes frequently
– Blink 100% (completely close your eyes)
– Use Rewetting or Lubrication drops as needed

For more Dry Eye Tips:
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About this video: Distance learning is going to be a major part of our education from here on forward. With the increase of online learning, that means more people staring at the computer screen and that can lead to computer vision syndrome and eye strain. In this video, Joseph J. Allen, OD FAAO from Doctor Eye Health reviews his 3 Eye Health Distance learning tips for students. Thankfully, this information also plays a good role as distance learning tips for teachers and parents as well.

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