Traducción de eye strain en Español:

eye strain

fatiga visual, n.

Pronunciación /ˈaɪ ˌstreɪn///


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    fatiga visual femenino
    vista cansada femenino
    too much reading causes eye strain leer mucho cansa la vista
    • Among the health hazards at the office is eye strain, which can result from the glare of a computer terminal caused by the angle of the light source in an office.
    • This isn't always a good thing since setting the contrast too high on your screen can cause eye strain.
    • Stress, lack of sleep, eye strain or even hunger can trigger a nasty tension headache.
    • His head ached from eye strain; the light was not good today, a dank, dark infusion of hovering clouds.
    • The statement suggests that computer use should be objectively assessed for potential negative impacts, such as eye strain, repetitive stress injuries and obesity.
    • Another source of eye strain may be the position of your computer monitor.
    • She acknowledges that it can simply be harder to read long pieces online, noting the hassles of dial-up connections and the inevitable eye strain.
    • A recent study has found that concentrating on difficult off-screen objects, such as the faces of loved ones, causes eye strain in computer scientists.
    • The children suffered from eye strain, headaches, leg and shoulder pain, malaria, discoloration of hair, rotten teeth and dysentery.
    • However, it is not a restful light source and can cause eye strain and headaches, partly because of the perpetual flicker.
    • Side effects include eye strain, headache, fatigue, irritability and inability to sleep.
    • I am 41 years old and work in a bank and experience blurred vision and eye strain after working for four to five hours.
    • It's not just headaches, eye strain and backache.
    • Why do some computer work-stations confer eye strain and muscle fatigue?
    • Now, the simple fact of eye strain has become symptomatic of something deeper than just staring at a computer monitor.
    • The sun's rays, either direct or bounced off the ground, affect the skin and can produce eye strain or temporarily impair vision.
    • Addicts will also suffer medical conditions bought on by constantly being on the internet such as eye strain, back ache and sleep deprivation.
    • At points during the course I suffered from a bit of eye strain as I raced through page after page.
    • The company also claims that eye strain is replacing carpal tunnel syndrome as the major complaint of office workers.
    • I got eye strain as a child because I would never go straight to sleep, but would read under the covers.