Available for all types of clear prescription lenses, Blue Light glasses help reduce your exposure to blue light from natural and artificial sources.
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What is Blue Light?
Blue light is all around us. It comes primarily from the sun and it's what makes the sky look blue. Artificial blue light is also emitted by devices like computers, smartphones, flat-screen televisions LED lights, and
energy-efficient light bulbs.
How does Blue Light affect us?
Blue light suppresses some secretion of melatonin, which can result in increased alertness and a disrupted sleeping schedule.
Watch our Dr. Tips video for more information on the effects of Blue Light exposure.
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Tips to reduce digital eye fatigue
Use Blue Light filtering lenses
These lenses are designed to reduce exposure to blue light from the sun and your digital devices. They're available for prescription and non-prescription glasses.
Avoid using digital devices an hour before trying to sleep
Don't take phones and tablets to bed. The blue light (between 460-500 nm) from your digital display may keep you awake.
Follow the 20-20-20 rule
Every 20 minutes, look at something 20 feet away for about 20 seconds. This will help your eyes refocus and avoid computer eye fatigue.
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