- Use proper lighting: Always make sure to read in a well-lit area. Avoid reading in dim light or under bright, harsh light that may strain your eyes.
- Adjust the brightness of your device: If you are reading on an electronic device, adjust the brightness level to suit your needs. Make sure it is not too bright or too dim.
- Take breaks: Take frequent breaks while reading to give your eyes a rest. Look away from the book or screen and focus on distant objects to relieve eye strain.
- Blink frequently: Blinking helps to moisten your eyes and prevent dryness, so make sure to blink frequently while reading.
- Use eye drops: If you experience dry eyes while reading, use artificial tears or eye drops to moisturize and refresh your eyes.
- Position your book correctly: Hold your book at a comfortable distance from your eyes. Keep it at eye level to avoid straining your neck or back.
- Use a book stand: Use a book stand to prop up the book at a comfortable angle.
- Adjust the font size: If you are reading on an electronic device, adjust the font size to make it easier on your eyes.
- Wear glasses: If you need glasses, wear them while reading to reduce eye strain and improve clarity.
- Get regular eye exams: Regular eye exams can help to detect and correct vision problems, and prevent eye diseases. Visit your eye doctor at least once a year.
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