2019, Vol. 3 Issue 3, Part B
Computer vision syndrome: A literature review of causes, symptoms and potential homoeopathic medicines
Author(s): Dr. Atul Kumar Singh, Dr. Ruchi Singh, Dr. Himani Choudhary and Dr. Ravindra Singh Kuntal
Computer vision syndrome also known as digital eye syndrome is a widely prevalent but often undiagnosed epidemic. Persistent use of visual display terminals lie computers, smart phones, tablets e-readers etc. are an inherent component of modern lifestyle. Small screens, small text sizes, glare and other accompanying postural factors predispose to development of symptoms including eyestrain, dryness of eyes, redness, watering, blurred vision etc. Patients with preexisting eye disorders suffer even more. Behavioural modification including posture, viewing distance and workplace ergonomics play a very important role in managing the symptoms. In this literature review repertories were searched for rubrics related to computer vision syndrome keeping the causative and aggravating factors in perspective. In addition, the differentiating characteristics of some medicines have been enlisted from materia medica to enable judicial selection of indicated homoeopathic medicine.
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Dr. Atul Kumar Singh, Dr. Ruchi Singh, Dr. Himani Choudhary, Dr. Ravindra Singh Kuntal. Computer vision syndrome: A literature review of causes, symptoms and potential homoeopathic medicines. Int J Hom Sci 2019;3(3):77-81.