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    Well since my eyes have got worse besides being seen up the eye infirmary, i was told only an hour a day to go on my pc concerning my eyes and because of my seizures also but come on we all do abit of ignoring at times to some given advice... well i have concerning my pc.

    I've noticed lately and yesterday was the worst, that when i've been on just over an hour i start getting pain behind my eyes and then an headache can come but lastnight my hubby said your eyes just underneath and also your cheeks look burnt and i could'nt believe it when i saw it in the mirror.

    So besides myself how many member's are getting this also concerning their cheeks.???
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    I've never had that happen to me, but I have heard that we should limit the time that we are on our PCs as it can cause issues with our eyes as well as headaches. My primary doc mentioned to me that they have screens that you can put in front of your monitor in order to diffuse some of the glaring light. However, I've read that the new monitors (within the last 3-5 years) already have the diffusion screens built in.
    I don't know what the real issue with the PC and our eyes may be, but limiting the amount of time that you are in front of it may help.
    I wish you the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saysusie View Post
    I've never had that happen to me, but I have heard that we should limit the time that we are on our PCs as it can cause issues with our eyes as well as headaches. My primary doc mentioned to me that they have screens that you can put in front of your monitor in order to diffuse some of the glaring light. However, I've read that the new monitors (within the last 3-5 years) already have the diffusion screens built in.
    I don't know what the real issue with the PC and our eyes may be, but limiting the amount of time that you are in front of it may help.
    I wish you the best


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    When I was still working they put one of those covers on my screen. It helped a lot. My current laptop does have about the same protection without it.

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    I should probably limit the amount of time I spend on my PC, but you folks are all just so damn awesome, that I can't stay away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saysusie View Post
    I've never had that happen to me, but I have heard that we should limit the time that we are on our PCs as it can cause issues with our eyes as well as headaches. My primary doc mentioned to me that they have screens that you can put in front of your monitor in order to diffuse some of the glaring light. However, I've read that the new monitors (within the last 3-5 years) already have the diffusion screens built in.
    I don't know what the real issue with the PC and our eyes may be, but limiting the amount of time that you are in front of it may help.
    I wish you the best

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    What i can't understand is mine does have a diffusion screen built in and it's making no different after an hour my cheeks look baked.

    The Dermo's got to sort me out with something (Annoyed.lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    I should probably limit the amount of time I spend on my PC, but you folks are all just so damn awesome, that I can't stay away!
    Way to suck up! LOL If my mom was here she would say "what is it you want?" LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgal View Post
    Way to suck up! LOL If my mom was here she would say "what is it you want?" LOL
    I want chocolate chip cookies. Got any?

    (after 3 days plus of steroid hell, my appetite is back in a big way)

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