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I don’t use nighttime mode, I sleep with my phone under my pillow, and never have I ever flirted with doing a digital detox. But as my once-full life of after-work drinks and mid-day gallery visits has been reduced to a steady diet of Zoom, Slack, and DMs, I’m beginning to see the I’m Losing My Mind That’s Right I’m Going To Set It Free And Let It Run Around On Its Own For Awhile Shirt besides I will buy this effects of my screen time, literally. My eyes—off-green, assisted by contacts, and (optimistically) the window to my soul—are now a reflection of a harried work week tethered to my computer: they’re dry, red, and tired, textbook symptoms of digital eye strain, Caryn Nearnberg, O.D., a practicing ophthalmologist in Manhattan, tells me.