Review on Impact of natural plant products on computer vision syndrome

Amandeep Gupta, Santosh S. Mulik

Abstract


Computer vision syndrome, emerging  new problem that will create in this century because of usage of computer enormously both at home and at work. So, there is strong correlation between ocular symptoms observed in different age groups of human. In this regard, prevention remains the main strategy in managing or controlling the burden of computer vision syndrome. So, there is some modification or improvisation related to working environment, providing education to patients with respect to proper eye care. In view of this, many formulations will be prepared from medicinal herbs or plants in order to control these ophthalmic disorders. In this review, we mentioned about computer vision syndrome and also mentioning about various medicinal plants which are highly helpful for controlling this disease.


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Computer vision syndrome; human; medicinal plants; ophthalmic disorders

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