Common Causes of Eyestrain

1. Long Exposure to Screens

The average Malaysian spends over 20 hours a week staring at computer screens, 8 hours a day looking at smartphones and approximately 3 hours a day watching TV. That’s a lot for your eyes to take. Eye drops bring instant refreshness to relieve dry and strained eyes by giving your eyes a refreshing break.

2. Wearing Contact Lenses

If you’re wearing contact lenses, your chances of dry eyes and discomfort due to long usage are higher. The regular usage of eye drops gently moisturizes your eyes by effectively retaining moisture and natural tears to keep you protected from strained eyes.

3. Air-conditioning

Malaysians spend most of the time in air-conditioned rooms which dehydrates our eyes. The volume of tear evaporation from the eye surface increases when the air is dry, making dry eye more likely to occur.
Eye drops help to provide a breather to your eyes by keeping it hydrated and awake throughout the day

4. Pollution

Living and working the city exposes our eyes to smog, dust, wind, sun glare and occasionally, the haze. To keep your eyes clean and fresh, eye drops come in handy to soothe and bring fast relief to combat these factors.

5. Long Distance Driving

When driving, your eyes are constantly in motion, focusing and refocusing as you cruise along the road. All this activity can take a toll on your eyes, causing it to be strained, which can impact your safety while driving.