The average person spends almost 4 hours every day staring at their phone screens. Combining this and the many other screens we have to see on a daily basis for prolonged periods of time may cause severe eye strain.
With COVID-19 forcing people to work and study from their homes, our dependence on these screens is higher than ever. Our eyes are something that should be taken proper care of, however, these conditions make it easy for us to neglect them. That’s where EyeDear comes in with their new wearable eye care device.
Relieving your eyes
Too much eye strain can cause headaches, blurred vision, loss of focus, nausea, and fatigue. Eyedear helps prevent these by massaging the muscles surrounding the eye sockets to reduce muscle strain and stimulate the regions around the eyes to increase blood flow and nervous response. The design allows users to wear them without obscuring their vision, allowing users to work and rest their eyes simultaneously.
Eyedear uses three main methods to prevent eye strain. First, it shines red light on the surface of the skin surrounding the eye to stimulate blood flow and collagen production. This helps prevent the formation of dark circles and makes the skin look younger. Second, the device emits heat to prevent muscles from swelling. The heating can also be toggled individually without hampering the controls of the rest of the device. Finally, it also massages the muscles and skin around the eye socket. The intensity of the massaging can be manually controlled. This massaging helps relax your eyes and prevent soreness and pain from too much eye strain.
Human eyesight can often be neglected and during times like these when our dependency on screens, it is especially important to take care of our eyes. Whether it be work or education, we have been restricted to our homes and forced to participate in virtual meetings for prolonged periods of time. The EyeDear device is perfect for this scenario as it can help you reduce your eyestrain. Right now, the device has experienced overwhelming support as it closed off its campaign on Kickstarter, reaching 600% of its funding target.
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