It often happens to me that after learning the whole day and reading lots of text especially with small letters I feel my eyes very tired. Who knows good set of exercises that don't takes lot of time, that helps to prevent eyes tiring.

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    This doesn't seem like a question on Judaism.
    – Ariel K
    Jun 28, 2011 at 19:42
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    @ArielK Can you provide more insight on why you think it's off-topic. After all, isn't it about Jewish Life?
    – yydl
    Jun 28, 2011 at 22:48
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    @ArielK But many of the questions in product-recommendation are also not halacha and hashkafah. I think we ought to allow questions that are particular to Jewish life (in this case learning texts for many hours). Perhaps we should raise this on Mi Yodeya Meta?
    – yydl
    Jun 29, 2011 at 2:11
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    @yydl This reminds me of a batch of questions from early days of SO: "What is your favorite food... as a programmer?" "What music is best... for a programmer?" "Which is the most effective coffee... for a programmer?". Just because it is relevant to you, doesnt mean its relevant specifically as a result of your Judaismness.
    – AviD
    Jun 29, 2011 at 6:58
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    @Ariel Spending hours at a time reading fine print on a page is not something that comes up in many other contexts. It seems to me that this is a concern that comes up specially (if not quite uniquely) for people who spend a lot of time learning Torah.
    – Isaac Moses
    Jun 29, 2011 at 15:58

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Here is a link to WikiHow on Eye Exercise to reduce eye strain: How to Exercise Your Eyes.

A Google search for "exercises to reduce eye strain" yielded many helpful results.

Please let us know if you have tried any of these and how they work.


Another page with eye exercises: http://eyepitstop.com


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