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Windows 7: Health issues because of computer

11 Dec 2011   #11
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Life at any age is about balance.

We all have many pressures that we deal with.

You have a choice in your own destiny.

Motivation {or lack of} from within will account for most things you achieve, or not!

Is your life in balance?
Diet, sleep, relaxation time, exercise, work time, socialization, "play time." etc.

Too often we look around us for solutions.
Look within as well.

You have a choice in your own destiny.

There are NO magic bullets.
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11 Dec 2011   #12
noskas16

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Thanks for your answers.
koolkat77 - you are right, I do ear not as much as I should. Pretty much everyone around me are saying that I should eat more. I don't know why, I just don't want to... I eat alot of meat, chicken products, they are quite salty. Sometiems I eat alot of sandwitches/stuf like that, but I do try to eat as healthy as possible. But I don't eat regulary. Sometimes I only eat once or twice a day (if I eat once a day - I eat alot, and as I know it is not healthy...) Maybe you can PM me about how did you change your eating? I mean, what are you eating? (sounds kinda stupid)
Anak - yes, I know about all of these symptoms... But I can't help myself. Programming, computer science is the only thing that is interesting for me, and it is the only job in which I am interested in. Now I thought - sometimes, I do get stressed out (but like any other student dose, not more, not less). About 2 days ago I found out information about H20, so yes, I am trying to stay hydrated all the time. And about vitamins - currently I am using some: vitaminK1(30mikrog), vitaminE(10mg), there are bunch of others, like A, C, B1, B2, B6, D3...
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11 Dec 2011   #13
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Every body reacts differently. But we are no doctors and I suggest you see one and discuss it with him.

I myself spend about 8 hours per day in front of the screen (since years) and I do not have that problem. And I am 74 years old.
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11 Dec 2011   #14
koolkat77

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10 Home 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by noskas16 View Post
Thanks for your answers.
koolkat77 - you are right, I do ear not as much as I should. Pretty much everyone around me are saying that I should eat more. I don't know why, I just don't want to... I eat alot of meat, chicken products, they are quite salty. Sometiems I eat alot of sandwitches/stuf like that, but I do try to eat as healthy as possible. But I don't eat regulary. Sometimes I only eat once or twice a day (if I eat once a day - I eat alot, and as I know it is not healthy...) Maybe you can PM me about how did you change your eating? I mean, what are you eating? (sounds kinda stupid)
well the appetite grew in naturally
the more tired you are, the more hunger & sleep your mind & body will demand.& like Anak said you should drink lots of water too. I still got problem with acne (guess its cause of some food) but im glad that the dark circle days are over.btw, what is your weight now?
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12 Dec 2011   #15
noskas16

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by koolkat77 View Post
well the appetite grew in naturally
the more tired you are, the more hunger & sleep your mind & body will demand.& like Anak said you should drink lots of water too. I still got problem with acne (guess its cause of some food) but im glad that the dark circle days are over.btw, what is your weight now?
I am one of the short guys My height is 170cm (5.57feet), and I think now I weight about 58kg. As I said, I am trying to drink as much water as possible (now I drink about 2liters a day...)
Anak - yes, I do understand that. I know, that forum members can't say whats wrong with me, and why that is, but I am just asking for some tips. I think if members had this problem - they know how to handle it When I was 15, I had full scan of pretty much everything (MRI of my brain, and so on.)(not because I had cancer, or some kind of disease, but because I am too short, so I wanted to get hormone treatment for that). They also checked my blood, but they said, that everything is fine.
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12 Dec 2011   #16
koolkat77

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10 Home 64Bit
 
 

Quote:
I am one of the short guys My height is 170cm (5.57feet), and I think now I weight about 58kg. As I said, I am trying to drink as much water as possible (now I drink about 2liters a day...)
i am even shorter than you, and i am still underweight! i guess i am 44kg lool past how many months are you having these dark circles?
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12 Dec 2011   #17
V43L1N

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit SP1
 
 
Have you tried wearing glasses?

I had issues with dark circles forming under my eyes, I stare at a screen anywhere from 8-14 hours a day. I bought myself a pair of Gunnar glasses. They are marketed as "gaming eyewear" I noticed a difference immediately.The dark circles have almost completely disappeared after wearing them for almost a month. There are quite a few companies out there that make glasses for extended computer use. They may not remove the circles completely, but my eyes certainly feel a lot less "fuzzy" after a long day.

Hope this helps!
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12 Dec 2011   #18
noskas16

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by koolkat77 View Post
Quote:
I am one of the short guys My height is 170cm (5.57feet), and I think now I weight about 58kg. As I said, I am trying to drink as much water as possible (now I drink about 2liters a day...)
i am even shorter than you, and i am still underweight! i guess i am 44kg lool past how many months are you having these dark circles?
Since I am from Lithuania, the majority of men are much taller then me, so, in this country, I am quite short
I had these circles for years, but I don't think that they were so noticable, but starting from last year, they make big contrast on my face


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by V43L1N View Post
I had issues with dark circles forming under my eyes, I stare at a screen anywhere from 8-14 hours a day. I bought myself a pair of Gunnar glasses. They are marketed as "gaming eyewear" I noticed a difference immediately.The dark circles have almost completely disappeared after wearing them for almost a month. There are quite a few companies out there that make glasses for extended computer use. They may not remove the circles completely, but my eyes certainly feel a lot less "fuzzy" after a long day.

Hope this helps!
It really dose, but as I heard, they cost a fortune, dont they? If it is not a secret, maybe you can say how much did you paid for them? And by the way, do you need any reciepe for them? Can you buy them online?
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12 Dec 2011   #19
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by koolkat77 View Post
I still got problem with acne (guess its cause of some food)
koolkat, food can be one factor. See this link: Acne: Causes - MayoClinic.com
Stress, worrying about them is another. Also check the tabs along the top, and the menus on each tab.
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by noskas16 View Post
Anak - yes, I do understand that. I know, that forum members can't say whats wrong with me, and why that is, but I am just asking for some tips. I think if members had this problem - they know how to handle it
My apologies if I sounded a little harsh, but I succeeded in getting your attention.
Just read over those links I posted, and see if anything rings a bell as to what you need to change.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by noskas16 View Post
When I was 15, I had full scan of pretty much everything (MRI of my brain, and so on.)(not because I had cancer, or some kind of disease, but because I am too short, so I wanted to get hormone treatment for that). They also checked my blood, but they said, that everything is fine.
It sounds like you have been seen by various doctors, and everything checks out okay.
170cm tall at 18 is not abnormal, hell, I was only 180cm when I was 18, now that I am 60 I am down to 175cm.

Does any of your older relatives like Parents, Aunts or Uncles have dark circles? It could be inherited.

JMH's post is very poignant: Health issues because of computer
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JMH View Post
Is your life in balance?
Diet, sleep, relaxation time, exercise, work time, socialization, "play time." etc.

Hang in there, and try to relax, us Health issues because of computer-lithuania-flag.png(Lithuanians) have to stick together.
No, I have never been there, but I would like to.


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12 Dec 2011   #20
noskas16

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
It sounds like you have been seen by various doctors, and everything checks out okay.
170cm tall at 18 is not abnormal, hell, I was only 180cm when I was 18, now that I am 60 I am down to 175cm.
180cm is absolutely normal height, (at least in Lithuania)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Does any of your older relatives like Parents, Aunts or Uncles have dark circles? It could be inherited.
Not really. My sister is 27 years old, and she spends about ~5hours in front of pc (As I know), and she doesn't have any problems with dark circles, and she never even had. And by the way, if it was inherited, I would have had these circles since I was born, but I got them after I started spending alot of time in fron of computer screen.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JMH View Post
Is your life in balance?
Diet, sleep, relaxation time, exercise, work time, socialization, "play time." etc.
Offcourse it is not. When you are about to finish your school, it is very difficult to balance your time, because you need to preprare your self for final exams. I gues I should excercise a bit more

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Hang in there, and try to relax, us Attachment 187951(Lithuanians) have to stick together.
No, I have never been there, but I would like to.
Ha I have never been in US, but I sure would like to
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