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CONCEPT OF COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME IN AYURVEDA: A REVIEW

Rajendra Kumar Soni*, Ashok Kumar and Shamsa Fiaz

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With the advent of time inevitable changes in food habits, life styles, occupational challenges and environment has lead to the manifestation of new disorders. Computer Vision Syndrome is one among such disorders occurring in computer professionals characterized by complex eye and vision problems related to near work which are experienced during working with computers involving both ocular and non-ocular symptoms. The catastrophic effects of this disorder are low work performance, agony, extreme discomfort that hampers daily routine. Negligence towards it could cost ones career resulting in physiopsychological upset and severe eye problems. The problem is grave according to American Optometric Association with an incidence in 75% -90% of employees working with Computers and more people are likely to suffer in the future due to rapid growth of jobs in IT sector in India. So it is the need of the hour to find a holistic solution to this problem. In the present context Computer Vision Syndrome was taken and made effort to explain it on the basis of Ayurveda Siddhanta like Hetu-Trividha Hetu, Pancha Lakshana Nidana and the general line of management mentioned in Ayurveda Samhitas.

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