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We are spending more time online and staring at screens than ever before. Between hours spent working, shopping online, browsing social media, and enjoying your favorite TV shows, movies, or video games, many of us spend nearly all day with our eyes glued to a smartphone, computer monitor, or TV screen. As a result, people are also being exposed to more blue light than ever before, which can lead or contribute to a number of health issues including headaches, mental and physical fatigue, blurred vision, digital eye strain, dry eyes, and poor sleep.

 

Blue light lenses do help with preventing blue light from digital screens from reaching your eyes, which can help prevent or alleviate some of the unpleasant symptoms you experience from prolonged exposure to digital screens. It is worth noting that blue light glasses may not address all of the side effects of excessive screen time, but when coupled with some simple lifestyle changes like restricting device usage before bed or taking periodic breaks throughout the day, many users report a major difference.

 

Blue light affects your body's natural production of melatonin, a hormone that helps you feel sleepy. Before the multi-screen era, blue light exposure mostly came from natural sources like the sun, but today, the number of blue light producing screens we interact with daily means we’re all getting well above our normal dosage. Headaches are a common symptom of digital eye strain, which is caused by looking at digital screens for long periods of time. As we pointed out above, blue light glasses don't entirely prevent digital eye strain, but some users report less strain on their eyes while wearing blue light glasses and using digital devices. So if you’re regularly experiencing headaches while working on a computer, browsing the web, or gaming blue light glasses are likely worth exploring.

Adult Blue Light Blocker Glasses with Case

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