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Synonyms for asthenopia

a tiredness of the eyes caused by prolonged close work by a person with an uncorrected vision problem

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Poorly fitting spectacles, or incorrect refractive corrections can lead to decompensation of heterophoria, or lead to asthenopia.
A community-based study of asthenopia in computer operators.
Similar observations were reported by Griffith [13], who stressed that small astigmatism errors were responsible for more severe ocular asthenopia.
Asthenopia is seldom serious and usually improves with rest, limiting prolonged reading and near work on computers or digital devices, as well as using computer-specific glasses.
Effect on asthenopia of high-crocetin-content Gardenia jasminoides Ellis extraction.
Asthenopia (eye strain) is common in patients with latent or intermittent squints and again may need surgical correction.
This leads to eyestrain, which in medical terms is called asthenopia, or painful vision.
5A vertical prism disparity could lead to binocular disturbance, symptoms such as asthenopia, nausea, visual discomfort and motion sickness, and decrease stereopsis in some patients.
Bhanderi et al (4) observed statistically significance between asthenopia and the level of top of computer screen from the eye level.
Adaptation to prism-induced heterophoria in subjects with abnormal binocular vision or asthenopia.
Astaxanthin offers a health benefit for asthenopia (i.
Moreover, in a previous human clinical trial conducted to assess the effect on asthenopia, crocetin was reported to improve not only asthenopia, but also the subjective symptoms related to sleep (Kajita et al.
Eye fatigue, or asthenopia, is an eye condition characterized by several symptoms including eye weakness, eye irritation, and poor accommodation.
3, 4 11-13) Common symptoms include diplopia, asthenopia, headaches, and blurred vision usually associated with activities requiring close vision (eg: reading, computer viewing, or deskwork).