• 2 months ago

    Headaches from homework

    The last two weeks I worked in front of my computer, writing an essay and a few days ago the headaches appeared. Some fast remedies? I can't be stopped by them

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  • 2 months ago

    RE: Headaches from homework

    It probably came from overwork. Take time to rest, drink more fluids, and I think the headaches will go away. Also, a computer can cause headaches and migraines.
    Few recommendations:
    Extend the viewing distance (at least 2 feet);
    Purchase anti-glare screen filters;
    Change the frequency of your screen settings;
    Adjust the color temperature or use a blue-light app (f.lux);
    Take regular eye breaks in which you focus on objects at greater distances;
    Use precision-tinted computer glasses that block blue-green light;
    Wear corrective glasses if you require them for vision.
  • 2 months ago

    RE: Headaches from homework

    I also have headaches when I work at the computer for a long time. With the advent of new technologies, the computer is an integral part of our life.. We even read books in electronic form, which is very bad for our health..Also, a headache can be caused by stress or fatigue. I recommend that you see a doctor. I've noticed that if I'm nervous, I get a headache after a while. If you have difficulty writing an essay, it may be the cause of your headache. In this case, I recommend this service ... , where you can find an essay expert who will help you cope with any difficulties. I used the services of a tutor and my essay writing skills improved.. And that was no longer my problem. Frankly, an essay used to cause me stress because I didn't know how to write it correctly.
  • 27 days ago

    RE: Headaches from homework

    I too had headaches when I worked for long hours in front of the computer. Here are some quick remedies for you:

    1.Use a Cold Pack if you are suffering from migraine

    2.You can try a heating pad if your headache is due to tension. You can place the heating pad on your neck or back of your head to ease your pain.

    3.The bright light from your computer screen can cause migraines. So reduce the brightness of the screen.

    4.Drinking hot drinks can also reduce your headache.

    5.Try doing some massage on your neck can help to ease a tension headache.