Poll: How Many Hours A Day Do You Spend On The Computer?

Ever feel like your eyes get burned out after being on the computer for a long time? Or, have you ever gotten home from a long day at work with a miserable headache? According to an article on MSN, years of eyestrain can result in scarring of the cornea, chronic vision-related headaches, or even partial loss of vision. Doesn't sound too fun, does it? Unfortunately, staring at a computer screen all day is required for many of us. So, if you spend a lot of time on the computer, chances are you will have these symptoms. Despite these uncomfortable symptoms, many of us jump right back on the computer when we get home from work. Now that computers can do so much, it can be difficult to get away from them - even at home. So, how many hours a day on average do you spend on the computer (including when you're not working)? What do you do to avoid these symptoms? Please take our poll, and tell us what you think in the comments section! [poll id="44"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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