How do I know if I’m suffering from eyestrain?
If you’re using a digital device anywhere from 2-8 hrs p/day and suffering from one or more of these symptoms, you’re likely suffering from some form of eyestrain and would benefit from the use of an EyeYoga device
“Practiced faithfully, eye exercises may actually help delay the need for glasses or contacts in some people.”
“Relieving eye fatigue is as simple as taking regular breaks for your eyes each day and ensuring they get the exercise they need.”
“Eye exercises can help improve your eye health, they can also help your two eyes work better together.
These exercises can help to improve the flexibility in your eyes, and may be especially useful for those people who spend a lot of time in front of computer screens at work.”
Dr Jeffrey Anshel
Influenced optometrists all around the world, as they use his creation of the 20/20/20 method to help minimize digital eyestrain.
Dr Jeffrey recognizes that screen usage has dramatically increased from his creation nearly 30 years ago, so the Eye Yoga headset offers an updated solution to the current epidemic of screen time as the 20/20/20 method is not enough today and 80% of computer users are impacted…
“We need to act now to prevent the short and long-term consequences”
“Digital eyestrain is the physical eye discomfort felt by many individuals after 2 or more hours in front of a screen.”
“The average in Australia is now 10 hours per day”
(Ernest & Young study)