One of the main issues with nonstop studying is an eye sore! This article will help you keep your eyes healthy and ready for extended periods of studying.
2. Adjust your monitors brightness. Keeping your screen bright at all times is not good for your eyesight. Lower the brightness on your monitor to match the environment you are in. If you are in a dark room, dim your brightness.
3. Take regular breaks. If you have been studying for an hour or longer, it may be time for a break. Take a break away for your computer or your desk, and let your eyes rest from the constant strain of studying. Doing this regularly while your studying is not only good for your eyes, but also for your thought process.
4. Try a sketch. Take a break by grabbing your notebook and creating sketch. This helps your eyes refocus on something other then your studies. Get creative with your drawings and allow your eye to relax from the stress of midterms.
5. Schedule your time. Many of us wait until the last minute to study for our midterms, and try to cram a weeks worth of studying into a few days. The problem with this is we tend to feel it in our eyes. Consider scheduling your study time so it isn't as intense on your eyesight.
6. Try outdoors. Tired of the late night, dark room, study session? Plan a study time that is outdoors! This can give your eyes ample exercise in-between chapters. Try looking at something 20 feet away every 20 minutes to better focus your eyesight. This can give you a quick relief from a bright screen, but also keep you ready to get right back to work.
Written By: Tariq F.