Over exposure to computer radiation, how it will affect us?

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Hello fellas! These days I felt my health condition is really affected by too much exposure to computer radiation. I started working from 5 am to 12 midnight with 5 hours break in front of the computer. I think aside from lack of sleep this has something to do with computer radiation. I often feel that my eye vision is getting blurry and my body weight drop. I often experience head aches and migraines. I tried to have a check with my doctor but he said I just need to have a rest. But since he can never really explain what's the cause of it I have a doubt that this maybe have something to do with my exposure to computer radiation. Any of you guys have experience this?
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  • Profile picture of the author mainstreetcm
    I'm not a doctor, but I do agree, maybe you just need to take a break. And not a 5 hour break, like a day or two. Take the time off, re-energize yourself by doing something other than being in front of a computer and just relax...
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    • Profile picture of the author cbreceipt
      What kind of computer monitor do you have? An LCD monitor gives off less radiation as compared to a CRT. But I do agree with other people that you need more rest. No use killing yourself as you are in this for the long haul.

      Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It's a great free time management tool. Google it and you will find it.

      Best of luck.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I think you are reaching for an explanation without evidence that there is a problem with radiation.

        5 hrs of sleep - not enough. As I read your post you seem to be working on the computer 14 hrs total. I expect you might find you are more productive if you reduce the hours to 10 a day.

        What do you do in the 5 hours of break time? You need serious exercise - both aerobic and stretching - to balance sitting in front of a computer - planned healthy meals and snacks rather than junk foods and skipping meals.

        Your eyes are strained - you may need an eye exam - cut the background on your computer to light gray rather than white to reduce strain - and make sure the resolution is correct on your monitor.

        Only when you are living a lifestyle with balance of work/exercise/healthy diet will you know if something other than overwork and lack of personal care is affecting you.

        Pay attention to what you are doing in the 14 hours of work - you may find several hours are "make work" that you can stop doing.

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        • Profile picture of the author Jason Field
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          I think you are reaching for an explanation without evidence that there is a problem with radiation.

          5 hrs of sleep - not enough. As I read your post you seem to be working on the computer 14 hrs total. I expect you might find you are more productive if you reduce the hours to 10 a day.

          kay
          Yes, Kay, I think you were all right, this is all about lack of sleep and overworked. I should start doing an exercise and eat a good diet. There's no use working so hard just to die easily. I just had an eye checked up and the doctor said I should wear an anti radiation eyeglass and reduce my eye exposure to computer. Probably I'll be shifting time to my work schedule, this could help to adjust my time to what is the most important task to be done for the day and become more productive. I'd like to write more here but I think I'll just do it next time, I need to refrain from using the computer for the meantime because I've just administered a temporary eye medication for one week. Thanks for the comments and advises. Hope to hear from you again soon.
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    Originally Posted by Jason Field View Post

    Hello fellas! These days I felt my health condition is really affected by too much exposure to computer radiation. I started working from 5 am to 12 midnight with 5 hours break in front of the computer. I think aside from lack of sleep this has something to do with computer radiation. I often feel that my eye vision is getting blurry and my body weight drop. I often experience head aches and migraines. I tried to have a check with my doctor but he said I just need to have a rest. But since he can never really explain what's the cause of it I have a doubt that this maybe have something to do with my exposure to computer radiation. Any of you guys have experience this?
    I'm not a doctor nor is this any medical advice. Just a friendly opinionated response to your problem.

    I notice that when I am focused too long on the computer my vision is affected negatively sometimes it also causes headaches. I'm guess it's because of the extensive strain having to focus on the monitor.

    Personally what I like to do is take a 15 minutes break every 1 hours just to look outside at trees or that sort.

    Try focusing farther because in my opinion you might become near sighted from sitting at the computer all day staring at as far as a couple inches isn't good for you.

    All the Best,
    Benjamin
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