I am 25 years old,recently I purchased LED TV and after watching two days I faced severe eye strain.
when I consulted eye doctor they suggested to wear glass specs (right eye CYL:0.5,AXIS:70 ,vision:G6 , left eye CYL 1 axis 90,vision g6).Previously I had no issues when I am working on computer but after watching this LED TV now I am facing problem with computer also. My question is whether the LED TV caused eye damage .After wearing glass my vision is clear but I have severe pain in the left eye.Kindly suggest any method to correct this problem.Is it possible to avoid wearing glasses
No, the LED TV is unlikely to cause any eye problem you didn't have already. Go see an ophthalmologist and make sure you have nothing else wrong with the left eye that is causing your pain. Find one at www.aao.org.
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