The Stereogram and Eyestrain


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If you frequently use a computer, then you are forced into "near point" vision as you look at the monitor screen . When looking at something that is close to you, the eyes must converge on the object and be held in this position. This often requires the eye muscles to keep the same degree of contraction for long periods of time. The result is eye strain or muscle fatigue which is often accompanied by headaches.

In order to see the hidden picture in a stereogram, you have to use "far point" vision. To do this you must relax the muscles around the eyes as if looking at something in the distance. This relaxation of the muscles can give relief from eye strain and its accompanying headaches. Looking at a stereogram for a few moments several times a day can keep you fresh for work on your computer.

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