Excessive time spent in front of screens can affect eyes in two ways. The most typical is the eyes becoming dry as a result of us forgetting to blink frequently while watching a screen, which significantly reduces the moisture in our eyes. Once the eyes are too dry, they are also prone to some complications. Most people use electronic devices for a considerable number of hours during the day and in the evening. This technology is new to recent generations, and the long-term effects of eye exposure to electronic devices have yet to be determined. Excessive and prolonged exposure to screens can cause serious eye problems. It even has a name: computer vision syndrome. Symptoms include headaches, blurred vision, and dry eyes. These are caused by either the glare of a digital screen, poor lighting, putting the screen too close to your eyes, or all of the above. Here are some convenient and simple ways to protect your eyes from electronic devices that are easy to implement. 1. HOLD YOUR DEVICE AT AN ANGLE. 2.WEAR BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING GLASSES. 3. USE A SCREEN FILTER. 4. INSTALL A BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING PLUG-IN. 5. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF “COMFORT VIEW” SETTINGS.