Dealing with Musician Eyestrain

yurco, cherie
September 2011
Making Music (1552-2946);Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p14
The article offers tips on how to reduce eyestrain for recreational musicians. It suggests to assure to have enough lighting or buy a clip-on light particularly designed for reading music. It recommends to frequently blink to refresh the eyes and use artificial tears for persistent dry eyes. It advises to visit an optometrist and assure to explain the vision needs as a musician.


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