The Invisible Threat All Around You — And How the Right Blue Blockers Can Helpby BluTech Lenses Blue Light Filter Glasses
If you’ve never heard of blue light blocking glasses before, here’s everything you need to know about them.
Whether you’re working, playing, or reading something online, you’re exposed to blue light at just about all times. Overexposure to these dangerous rays can gradually damage your eye health. You might not even realize what’s happening until it’s too late.
Blue light is also known as High Energy Visible (HEV) ray. In our modern age, people are surrounded by sources of blue light long after the sun has gone down. Computers, smartphones, LED lights, and other digital devices are sources of blue light. Having overexposure to these hazardous wavelengths at all times can throw the human body out of whack in all the ways, including (but not limited to):
Digital eye strain syndrome
If you ever notice yourself squinting your eyes at your digital screen through the workday, it could be a symptom of digital eye strain syndrome. After staring at blue light-emitting screens for too long, your eyes can experience itchiness, dryness, and blurriness. Having digital eye strain glasses can help keep your eyes feel fresh even after the longest days at the office.
Disrupting your circadian rhythm
This is one of blue light’s most dangerous side-effects. Overexposure to blue wavelengths suppresses your body’s ability to produce melatonin- a hormone that helps regulate circadian rhythms and notifies your body that it’s time to hit the hay. Less melatonin, causing low sleep quality, has been linked to an increased risk of depression and cardiovascular diseases.
How can blue light filtering glasses help?
Regularly wearing blue-ray protection lenses is a suitable way to protect your health from uncertain blue light’s presence. These specialized lenses can help filter out potentially dangerous blue rays while allowing you to go about your daily tasks comfortably.
Blue blockers can help reduce a migraine, eye strain, and other side effects related to overexposure to dangerous HEV rays. Additionally, they can help prevent your sleep cycle from being disrupted.
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