CVS

 Sitting in front of your computer?

if so . . .

You’re unwittingly starving for oxygen

especially your eyes and muscles.

There’s one very easy solution to reduce the risk!

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Millions of people including workers worldwide are at risk for computer vision syndrome (CVS) according to a report published in Medical Practice and Reviews. Unfortunately, professionals are at risk who work with computers all day long, however equally troublesome are the millions of children and adolescents who spend hours daily playing computer games.
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Studies suggest that a high percent of computer users, whether for work or play, have multiple symptoms of CVS beyond vision and burning, itching, red eyes. Computer stress related health issues also include headaches, neck and back pain to name a few.
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According to the experts there are many reasons that CVS is so pervasive from improper lighting and glare, the distance from the screen for comfortable eye focus and relaxed neck position to reduced eye blinking and the difference between print and computer pixels.
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All of the above are reasonably obvious contributors to Computer Vision & Stress, however one issue is not often noted

ELECTROSMOG — ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION

                                                                   

Video Credit Dr. Magda Havas, PhD (2:32) Dr. Havas is not associated with Science of Light (SOL). Her video was selected for educational purposes only and is not intended to be an endorsement.


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Dr. John Ott

Photobiology Pioneer

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About thirty years ago, published research by Dr. John Ott in the International Journal of Biosocial Research, a medical journal that studies links between physical and mental health, titled Color and Light: Their Effects on Plants, Animals, and People, explained the occurrence of serious health effects associated with electro-magnetic pollution.
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Time Lapse Film Innovator
Using time-lapse photography and a black field microscope together for the first time, Dr. Ott observed, in real time, what no man had ever seen before. He discovered that red blood cells clump together when exposed to electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) radiation from computers and other electronic devices. Dr. Ott concluded that the clumping was caused by iron in the red blood cells being magnetized from EMF radiation. The clumping of red cells is called rouleaux, a medical term for groups of red blood corpuscles resembling a stack of coins which inhibits blood flow and oxygen supply.
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Pollution Solution
electrosmogDr. Ott observed that when the clumped red blood cells were exposed to balanced, full-spectrum light with added ultra violet light (UV), the rouleaux condition returned to a normal flowing cell pattern and the oxygen supply was no longer inhibited.
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SOLshine Photo-Nutrition exposure while computing mitigates computer vision syndrome and stress by counteracting the clumping of red blood cells which restricts oxygen supply to the brain, the eyes and the entire body.

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Click to Energize and Reduce the Risk of Computer Vision Syndrome

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