Blue Light Computer Glasses

If you're reading this, you're probably staring at a screen right now. Cell phones, computers, and televisions emit blue light, a type of light on the color spectrum that is believed to interrupt sleep-wake cycles and cause headaches. While blue light from screens is not as harmful as UV light from the sun (thus the reason for a quality pair of UV-blocking sunglasses), people are turning towards blue light blocking glasses to take preventative measures against its negative effects.

While there is no scientific evidence to prove that blue light blocking glasses should be worn to improve macular health, there are plenty of online reviewers who rave about their positive impact from personal experiences. So if you find yourself unable to fall asleep at night or are regularly developing post-work headaches, you may just want to try a pair of blue light blocking glasses before you reach for medication.

 

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