Visual stress may profoundly affect our lives, our ability to learn and even the performance in the workplace.


The “tired eyes” are linked to eye problems from excessive visual fatigue disorders (astenopeici), which can occur especially when you do an intensive and prolonged vision, particularly for near (PC, tablet, mobile phone etc.). They can be connected to a visual defect (refraction) as astigmatism, farsightedness and nearsightedness, which can be associated with presbyopia (difficulty of accommodating with the passing of years).

What are the symptoms?

– Sense of pain and fatigue

– Sense of burning and / or itching of the eyes

– Blurred vision

– Double Vision

– A foreign body sensation

– Dry eyes

– Increased sensitivity to light (photophobia)

In addition, very few consider that these symptoms true not exactly eye disorders can be traced such as headaches, nausea, neck pain and back pain.

The vision is a complex set of functions that allow us to “capture” information from the external environment. It is often not enough to have a vision of 10/10: The vision, in fact, is not synonymous with visual quality.

The pollution, the dry and low light, bad lifestyle, exposure to solar radiation, prolonged use of computers, are all factors that may affect the well-being of our eyes and can cause eye fatigue and stress visual.

The tired eyes I am usually a temporary condition and not an especially troubling disorder. To those who occasionally suffer from tired eyes, just the rest. However, sometimes tired eyes can be so annoying and annoying as to make the sufferer unable to concentrate properly. Lack of concentration, especially among those engaged in specific activities (such as driving), could have unpleasant consequences. If the sufferer does not derive any benefit from the rest and is often subject to such disorders, or notice that your symptoms get worse from time to time, it should require a consultation with a medical specialist.

About requires an ophthalmological examination it is subjected to a series of views of the controls used to doctor to clarify the presence or absence of an ocular disease which can predispose to an eyestrain. The diagnosis, therefore, is quite rapid and requires no special clinical examinations.


–  Changing the working conditions, improving the work place and making breaks. It ‘good to close your eyes now and then, for a few moments.

Improve the environment in which you spend most of the time, using a humidifier and avoiding smoking.

Create adequate lighting conditions.

Treat eye diseases, if they are present.

Put on the glasses from restor go to details exercises for the eyes, second advice ophthalmologist.

The eye, as the whole body, is made up of muscles, nerves, skin and vascular tissue. A healthy and balanced diet is essential to provide the eye all the nutrients it needs to function well and, in particular, to relieve visual fatigue and delay aging. The vitamins and minerals help to combat the accumulation of free radicals that can damage the various ocular structures, in particular, of the retina. All these nutrients are found in fruits and vegetables especially the leafy green but also in whole grains, legumes and in all yellow-orange vegetables. E ‘therefore advisable to consume large portions of these foods.


Scientific evidence shows that the lack of nutrients such as lutein and zeaxanthin can cause vision problems such as, for example, night blindness, eyes tired and dry and can increase the risk of ocular pathologies. Among the ingredients that are good for view, the blueberry and red vine, are the most important: they are rich in polyphenols are able to strengthen the walls of capillaries, improve microcirculation and protect ocular tissues from damage caused by the sun. All of these nutrients are critical to maintaining the physiological balance and to counteract damage from oxidative stress, which are at the basis of aging processes of the ocular tissues. Many antioxidants elements are not produced by the body and therefore may be engaged by means of nutrition or specific supplements. Ask your doctor or try our product NORMAC®


Le informazioni, immagini, descrizioni e quanto altro riportato nel sito relativi a dispositivi medici non sono di natura pubblicitaria ma materiale informativo rivolto esclusivamente a Professionisti dell’area sanitaria. Pertanto proseguendo nella navigazione l’utente dichiara di essere un Professionista dell’area sanitaria. Riferimento:Ministero della Salute – “Nuove linee guida della pubblicità sanitaria concernente i dispositivi medici, dispositivi medico-diagnostici in vitro e presidi medico-chirurgici” del 28 Marzo 2013; Aggiornamento delle “Linee guida in merito all’utilizzo di nuovi mezzi di diffusione della pubblicità sanitaria” del 17 Febbraio 2010

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