Do blue light blocking glasses help you sleep?by BluTech Lenses Blue Light Filter Glasses
If your blue light filter glasses have the ability to limit your exposure to harmful blue light before going to bed, they can definitely help you sleep better!
Nowadays smartphones have become a critical part of our life as they give access to an incredible amount of information and more. But on the other hand, they emit blue light that affects your sleep negatively by lowering your melatonin production levels in your bodies. Melatonin is a hormone that is made by the pineal gland in your brain. It is important for conducting the cycle between wakefulness and sleepiness.
When you use digital screens such as televisions, computers, and smartphones before going to bed, it will take you longer to fall asleep and make your sleep quality worse. Although you can improve your sleep quality by installing a blue light blocking plugin into your system, using filter screens and holding your devices at an angle, wearing blue light blockers for sleep is the better option! Blue light filters mean you can follow your habits without affecting your sleep quality.
When you wear blue light filter glasses at least three hours before bed, you can shield your eyes from the blue light affects that change your sleep/wake cycle.
Blue light not only affects your sleep-wake cycle, but long-term exposure of blue light can also damage your eyes. So, if you spend a lot of time working on digital devices, blue light protective glasses are great choices for you!
If you are interested to purchase one pair of blue-blocking glasses, BluTech Classic/Ultra and BluTech Max are the perfect choices for you, even if you have to work on digital devices before going to bed.
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