[ahy-streyn] /ˈaɪˌstreɪn/

a sensation of discomfort produced in the by their excessive or improper use:
to have eyestrain from reading fine print in poor light.
fatigue or irritation of the eyes, resulting from excessive use, as from prolonged reading of small print, or uncorrected defects of vision

eyestrain eye·strain (ī’strān’)
Pain and fatigue of the eyes, often accompanied by headache, due to prolonged use of the eyes, uncorrected defects of vision, or an imbalance of the eye muscles. Also called asthenopia.


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