could i ask a question about gaming glasses ?


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    could i ask a question about gaming glasses ?


    i have been literally sitting with my PC all day for almost 2 years now , my eyes started from 20/20 to 18,5/20 , now its almost 16 .... should i get one of em ?
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    In the most respectable way possible,

    Perhaps you just need to go outside more.

    If you get computer glasses they might help, sure. But If you are spending to much time looking at a screen no amount of gasses is going to save your eyes.
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    i do go outside but ... just not more than 20 hours per week , kk ty
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    I also suggest being in a very well lit area.

    If you are in the dark, that strains your eyes a lot.
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    somehow i cannot give u rep ... ty :)
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    without getting too personal, how old are you?
    your eyes will decline naturally from late 30s onwards, some at a faster rate than others.

    studies dont show a direct link between sitting infront of a screen and poor eyesight. despite what some claim. when I studied mammalian physiology I did a piece on the eye and there 101 saying for and 101 saying against lol, but tiredness and poor light do result in eye strain which can have bad effects.

    im blessed with 18/20 vision and do sit infront of a computer a lot. but then again I deem a lot by 4-5 hours a day.
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    badger906 said:
    without getting too personal, how old are you?
    your eyes will decline naturally from late 30s onwards, some at a faster rate than others.

    studies dont show a direct link between sitting infront of a screen and poor eyesight. despite what some claim. when I studied mammalian physiology I did a piece on the eye and there 101 saying for and 101 saying against lol, but tiredness and poor light do result in eye strain which can have bad effects.

    im blessed with 18/20 vision and do sit infront of a computer a lot. but then again I deem a lot by 4-5 hours a day.
    nah its not at all , im 18 years old , i love PCs , i find hardwares more attractive than softwares , but still , i use my PC usually .... 10 maybe ... or more ... hour per day , and usually only 1 is for gaming
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    I've got a pair of gunnar optiks and they seem to do nothing, I read mixed reviews before getting them and am pretty sure that people were only saying they worked to feel better about spending the money on them.
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    rofl , haha thank you , i guess i wont be bothering about it no more.
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