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In today’s digital age, screens dominate our daily lives, and many of us struggle with eyestrain. Whether from hours of computer work, excessive screen time, or other factors, eyestrain is a common issue that can profoundly impact our daily comfort and productivity. Fortunately, there are several ways to alleviate eyestrain and promote healthier vision.

What Is Eyestrain

Eyestrain, also known as eye fatigue, refers to the discomfort or pain in the eyes caused by prolonged usage and focusing on screens or other activities. It can manifest as symptoms like headaches, blurred vision, dry eyes, and difficulty concentrating.

Causes of Eyestrain

Eyestrain can occur when you intensely focus your eyes on tasks such as

  • Driving
  • Reading
  • Using computers and cell phones
  • Playing video games
  • Engaging in detailed work like writing, sewing, or crafting

In addition, insufficient lighting during tasks and infrequent blinking can also lead to eyestrain. People with eye conditions, like uncorrected vision or eye muscle imbalance, are more susceptible to eyestrain. Stress and fatigue can also cause eyestrain.

Symptoms of Eyestrain

Symptoms of eyestrain that impact your eyes include:

  • Watery eyes, dry eyes, and blurred vision
  • Light sensitivity, burning eyes, and itchy eyes
  • Difficulty keeping your eyes open

Symptoms of eyestrain that affect other parts of your body include:
Headache, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, difficulty concentrating

Ways to Relieve Eyestrain

  • Maintain a safe distance: To keep your eye muscles relaxed and avoid strain, sit at a safe distance from your computer screen, about 18-25 inches or an arm’s length.
  • Adopt the 20-20-20 practice: Every 20 minutes, take a break from your screen and focus on something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds. This practice can relax your eyes’ focusing muscles at regular intervals.
  • Optimize your lighting: Bright workplace lighting increases the risk of eyestrain. When using a computer, aim for lighting about half the intensity of typical office lighting. Adjust by closing shades or curtains to reduce bright sunlight and turning off specific lights.
  • Remember to blink: Focusing on a screen often results in less blinking. However, blinking is crucial because it helps keep eyes moist, preventing dryness and discomfort.
  • Use Spooky2 for Eyestrain: In addition to these conventional methods, some people have found relief from eyestrain by incorporating the Spooky2 Rife System into their wellness routine. The Spooky2 Rife System utilizes frequency solution, which can help alleviate various health issues, including eyestrain.

How to Relieve Eyestrain with Spooky2

For easing eye fatigue, we highly recommend the remote mode because you do not need to be attached to the device, which is very convenient. You can even undergo the treatment to alleviate pain while working.

Hardware Preparation
Spooky2 GX Pro Remote Kit

Software Operation
Step 1: Open Spooky2 software and go to the Presets tab. Choose Shell (Empty) Presets > Remote > Healing (R) – JW.
Step 2: Go to the Programs tab and search “eye.” You can find many related programs. Then, double-click it to load the program.

Step 3: Go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator,” choose your generator port, and click the “Start” button to begin.

User Testimonials

Spooky2 solved my dog’s autoimmune dry eye.

I have had success with chronic dry eye relief.
I simply run the frequencies (specific substances for symptoms) continuously in remote mode during work time. Then, I switch to the healing and detox programs each night. Spooky2 has really solved my problems.

Eyestrain is a common problem in today’s technology-driven world, but there are many strategies to alleviate its effects and promote a healthier vision. If you suffer from eyestrain, give Spooky2 a try to protect your eyes. You won’t regret it!

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  1. Can you use this on a pet ? I have a 10 pound shih tzu that has very bad stomach problems and was wondering if this could help him I have eye strain as well my dog also can he use it will it help his eyes ? He is blind which I have a eye doctor for him and it is genetic condition but he takes eye drops once a day and every 3 days twice for dry eyes

    1. Dear Kelly, you can try it for your pet. Search keywords in our software to see which one works best for your puppy. Feel free to contact us via email with any other questions.

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