Do Blue Light Glasses provide Relief from Insomnia?

by BluTech Lenses Blue Light Filter Glasses

If you ever face difficulty in falling asleep at night, insomnia might be the reason behind it.

Insomnia is a sleep disorder which is marked by difficulty in falling or staying asleep. There are many medical, emotional and physical conditions that can lead to insomnia such as arthritis, anger, grief, asthma, trauma, chronic pain, allergies and more. But blue light is one of the primary causes of this sleep disorder.

Blue light is a range of the visible light spectrum emitted from a natural source (the sun) and digital screens (computers, tablets or smartphones). And, overexposure to blue light from digital screens can disrupt your natural sleep patterns and make it hard to sleep. Well, it takes more than three months for these sleep symptoms to become a sleep disorder. So, it is extremely necessary to tackle this issue as soon as possible before it develops into a serious sleep disorder such as chronic insomnia- a disorder that lasts at least three nights a week for three months or longer.

Blue-blocking glasses for insomnia are the safest and the most effective way to counter this sleep problem. As these glasses effectively block rays of blue light, your brain can’t get the signal that it is supposed to stay awake at night. Plus, they allow you to stare at screens at night without experiencing the stimulating effects of blue-enriched screen light. And by wearing these glasses at least three hours before bedtime, you can say goodbye to the drowsiness.

The bottom line

Blue-ray protection lenses are remarkably effective if you want to get relief from insomnia. So, what are you waiting for? Just invest in these lenses to get refreshed sleep at night.

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