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    Contrary to popular belief, higher brightness as long as it’s not uncomfortable is better. Why? Because brighter light means your pupils are smaller, which increases the depth of field and sharpness of your vision, making it easier for your eyes to focus. A dim screen forces your pupils to dilate, which means shallower depth of field. Shallower depth of field means your cornea (the lens of your eye) needs to adjust more for close focusing. Over time that adjustment increases your risk of nearsightedness, which is why myopia is increasing dramatically especially in Asian countries where children are expected to spend a lot of time studying rather than playing outdoors.

    Your pupils dilate or constrict depending on ambient light conditions, so the answer depends on your environment. There is a simple way to determine the optimal brightness for your environment. Display a white page (e.g. in MS Word or Acrobat Reader). Put a white piece of paper on your desk. Then adjust your monitor brightness so that the white page on your screen is no brighter than the paper on your desk. This simple adjustment will make reading more comfortable.

    If lighting changes (e.g. sun starts to set), your pupils will dilate, letting more light in, and will become more sensitive. So obviously you need to change brightness again when it gets darker, by matching a white page to a white paper.

    You can also get a display calibrator, and calibrate your monitor profile to be accurate at low brightness. I did that to all my monitors, and was able to operate them in much lower brightness, and they are much more comfortable to work with.

    Finally, look into e-paper monitors, such as Dasung paperlike or Clearink displays. They are much more comfortable to work with.

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    I use my laptop with full brightness. I can’t stand having medium light.

    But this has caused me problems I must admit. Watery eyes is the most common, so I always take a 10 minute break away from the screen every hour or so. My colleagues who set there brightness at a bare minimum to mediun don’t have this issue and strain on their eyes is much less as expressed by them. So definitely full brightness is not good.. But if you really want to set it at high, always remember to take breaks.

    When you use a computer/smartphone it is better to match the brightness with the ambient around you in such way that the image displayed looks “natural”. The best way is the way that makes your eyes comfortable and usually less brightness cause less damage.

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    Using any screen for a long period of time may cause Eye strain¹.

    ¹Eye strain also known as asthenopia is an eye condition that manifests itself through nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, pain in or around the eyes, blurred vision, headache and occasional double vision. Symptoms often occur after reading, computer work, or other close activities that involve tedious visual tasks.

    When concentrating on a visually intense task, such as continuously focusing on a book or computer monitor, the ciliary muscle tightens. This can cause the eyes to get irritated and uncomfortable. Giving the eyes a chance to focus on a distant object at least once an hour usually alleviates the problem.

    Amount of light that’s in your room is just about right, I prefer to keep my brightness REALLY low and turn the lights off with some light from my door.

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    No. Either could be appropriate depending on the ambient lighting.

    i use a plugin called night mode to convert my screen to darker colors so it’s softer on my eyes.

    This is the mistake we do, we think watching the screens at low brightness will not cause eye issues, and watching the screens at high brightness will increase the eye issues.

    But the thing is using the screens with ZERO EYE STRAIN screens on them will not cause any affect on eyes even in high or low brightness.

    These screens are also called as ALCS (Advanced Light Control Screens) because they have the ability to block the harmful blue lights emitting from the smartphones, laptops and computers.

    These screens will help in reducing the eye strains, dry eyes, red eyes, headaches, anxiety and migraine kind of issues. As the blue lights have short wavelength and hence they penetrate deeper into the eyes causing damage to the retina.

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    You aren’t asking quite the right question.

    You’ll see more detail on bright settings, until you can’t because the bright settings make your eyes hurt. Craft an opposite position for lower brightness.

    A better way to look at this is “what’s happening?”. I recommend a free utility called f.lux to manage the way light and color is presented on your screen. Kind of amazing to watch it go yellow if you’re looking at your screen at the moment the sun sets, and also kind of amazing to realize how much better off you are overall letting ambient conditions answer the question.

    Yes, they do create a problem to your eyes. What happens is, when we keep the computer screen in low brightness, then we tend to focus the screen more to get clear picture.

    So when we stare we tend to forget to blink our eyes and that will cause dry eyes. May be we can just start blinking our eyes to create artificial tears, but I have tried and it really doesn’t work.

    These screens will help us in blocking our the blue lights which are the reason for eye issues. These blue lights have short wavelength and hence they penetrate deeper into the eyes causing damage to the retina.

    These screens are also called as ALCS (Advanced Light Control Screens) because they have the ability to block the harmful blue lights and they also keep our eyes cool even after using the screens for long hours.

    These screens have super smooth screens with break protectors, they have 5D edge to edge finish and they are easily installed without creating any bubbles. They help a lot with eye complications.

    They are expensive on Amazon, but cheaper on their Stillersafe website.

    Hope this helps! 🙂

    Please upvote if you like my answer.

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