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Boost 20-20-20: Prevent Eye Strain

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Lightweight tool to help you take regular eye breaks to prevent eye strain.

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Description from store Spending long periods in front of your computer may lead to digital eye strain. Taking breaks at regular intervals will help to ease this strain and to protect your vision. A good rule is to follow the 20-20-20 rule, recommended by the American Optometric Association, to keep your vision intact for the future. As per this rule, every 20 minutes, take your eyes off your computer and look at something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds. Boost 20-20-20 will guide you through this process by opening a new tab on your browser every 20 minutes as a reminder to you. This is a must-have extension for computer professionals with lower back (spine) related problems, neck pain, eye-strain related headaches, and red-eye. Repetitive stress injury (RSI) and eye strain are common ailments among computer users. Taking a break every few minutes is going to save your health and vision. Eye Strain 101.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-10-02) Annabel P: My friend recommended it to me because of all the Zoom during the day. I tried it out and really liked it. Although it was somewhat annoying to have the beep every 20 mins, it really helped me relax my eyes after staring at the screen for 20 mins straight. Definitely recommend!
  • (2020-04-15) Venator: Alright.
  • (2020-03-10) Joe O'Callaghan: It is very helpful and low maintenance. I especially like the unique audio ping to tell me that 20 minutes have passed and I should change what I look at. It has definitely helped me reduce eyestrain and I would highly recommend it!
  • (2020-02-18) Cian O'Regan: In the short time I have been using Boost 20-20-20 I have already found this to be extremely beneficial and have noticed my eyes feeling less tired at day's end. Love it!


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4.3 (4 votes)
Last update / version
2020-02-25 / 1.0.5
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