Did you know the average office worker spends 1,700 hours per year in front of a computer screen? And that's just while we are at the office - we are also exposing our eyes to blue light by all day long.
All of that screen time seems to come with various ill effects on our bodies and minds, such as eye strain, headaches, and insomnia. To combat those problems, you can pick up a pair of computer glasses - also called blue-light blocking glasses - which eliminating eye strain to helping you sleep better.
Blue light is everywhere, and it can throw off our natural body clocks. We get constant exposure to blue light from ambient sunlight, computer screens, tablets, and mobile phones. The brain associates blue light as daytime, so if a person is exposed to blue light for long periods of time during the night, blue light makes it more difficult for us to fall asleep at night and wake up in the morning.
How do blue light glasses work?
Blue light lenses filter out blue light by blocking the transmission of a specific segment or range of wavelengths. The blue light glasses are designed to help reduce the occurrence of digital eye strain and avoid circadian rhythm cycle disruption, affecting sleep and overall well-being.
The blue light lenses block harmful blue light while modulating the wavelength impacting circadian rhythm.
Do you need blue light glasses?
Maybe. Research from Ofcom says one in five adults say they spend more than 40 hours a week online and as such, our eyes are under a lot of digital light strain.
Even if you don’t need glasses to see clearly, research suggests it’s a good idea to always wear blue light blocking glasses when using digital devices.
If you spend a lot of time looking at your phone at night, blue light glasses might help you. Whenever we use our digital devices, especially late into the night, we’re actually telling our brains to keep our bodies awake. Research shows that wearing light filtering glasses 3-4 hours before bedtime can lead to better and more restful sleep.
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