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Nausea while at the computer?
Does anyone else out there get the feeling of Nausea after a few hours of looking at the computer screen?? i feel like im gonna throw up sometimes & what causes it.
                     





master of darkstyles
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Cut That Mudaf***a off!!!!!! now go read a book or just lay your Crazy A** in the dark for a while.


PC HACKER
YE, THAT HAPPENS TO ME TOO!


Eat Fish
Some of these questions make me sick, too


Stark
I have been on the computer for a while now, and I do feel nauseous. But I didn't associate it with the computer. I just thought it was from something I ate, or because I have been depressed. But I suppose it could be from looking at the computer screen. Like when reading in the car for too long makes me sick, maybe reading with that bright light coming at me is making me feel sick.


Jiv Jago
If you computer is a CRT screen (cathode ray tube), then it is quite possible that the screen is a little bit dysfunctional. CRTs work by blasting electrons from the back of the screen (cathode), onto an electrically charged screen, which thereby creates a single pixel of color. It is possible that the screen isn't catching the electrons and is "burning" your face. This is the case with TVs too. This is the reason with some old TVs why you can actually 'sense' or 'feel' when it's on. But if its a modern screen, then this is not likely to be the reason you're feeling nauseous. New screens are much more cautious about this issue. Screen savers help preserve the life of your screen and prevent this problem from happening. New screens are flat. Old screens are more curved and convex.


Cheer88
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idk that happens to me to sometimes like with the tv to


jenomamx1
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probably you need reading glasses


Kayla™
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Have your Eyes checked.


jackal_za
I suffered from it, something referred to as Computer Vision Syndrome.

My advice would be to check with your optometrist. I was prescribed prism lense glasses to help strengthen the ciliary body.

I'll summarise the explanation i've come across.

The ciliary body (the focusing muscle that controls your lense) tires and can't maintain focus on your screen so it relaxes and your focus is shifted to what is known as the Resting Point of Accomodation. (This is different for all people, but generally is a point past your monitor)

You are still trying to read whatever's on the screen, so the ciliary body is forced to contract to bring the lense into focus on the screen. Again it tires and relaxes and your focus shifts back to your RPA. This repeats continously while you try and look at the screen.

The strain of this repeated relaxing and contracting is believed to be the cause of a number of symptoms, including Visual Migraines, Nausea and other symptoms varying by person.

Of course there are other possibilities, and you could find that simply by changing the lighting around your screen, preventing reflection off the screen, and setting the monitor to a higher refresh rate frequency (70+Hz) could alleviate your symptoms.

I was skeptical about the glasses, but since I've started using them I've not had that feeling of nausea, and I only have to wear them when using the pc.


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