Feeling a Little Blue?

As your life and those of others become integrated with more technology, the amount of blue light you absorb from smartphones, tablets, or even your computer screen has increased. Also LED bulbs and some smart TV’s emitted this beautiful color. Even though this is the standard in everyday life, having a pair of glasses with a blue-light filter on them can help.

What Exactly is Blue Light?

Simply put, blue light is a higher-energy wavelength that is visible part of the light spectrum. It occurs by nature in sunlight and is also an integral part of your sleep/wake cycle. All digital devices with LED or CFL will produce blue light at higher levels.

Here is How it Will Affect You

Before you start hiding in the darkness, it’s nothing scary. Blue light alerts your brain that its daylight. This can affect your circadian rhythm, which determines when you feel tired or alert. Blue light is beneficial during the day as it boosts attention, mood, and your reaction times. It also suppresses your body’s melatonin levels. So, it can disrupt your sleep. It can also cause eye strain and, over time, have physical effects on your sight over a long period.

How Blue-Light Filter Glasses Can Help                                                                           

This is why having glasses with a blue-light filter can help. While you can download a blue-light filter app for your devices or dial down the brightness on your screen, these methods will either drain your battery life or make it hard to read.  Blue-light filtered glasses are the sign you’ve been looking for.

  • They can reduce eye strain.
  • They will also decrease your risk of macular degeneration.
  • Reduce glare from your devices.
  • Your vision will see an increase in clarity.

Whether you need glass to see or not, blue-light filter eyewear can be beneficial. If you find yourself in front of a digital device for a significant amount of time, get a pair of glasses that are made to filter out some of this blue-light. Though blue light isn’t inherently bad, too much can cause problems.

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