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Blue light is the part of the visible light spectrum with the shortest wavelengths and the highest energy. It is everywhere, with sunlight being the main source of blue light. However, now we are exposing ourselves to high levels as we look at man-made sources of blue light in close proximity to our face for most of the day. While there is no concluding evidence whether this causes harmful effect to our eyes it does leads to digital eye strain. Wearing Blue light Filter lens can reduce how hard your eyes work and leave you feeling great throughout the day.
If your eyes feel tired after looking at screens all day, this may be a sign of digital eye strain. This is caused by the short wavelength and high energy nature of blue light causing light scatter easily, leading to unfocused visuals and reduced contrast. This makes our eyes tired and leaves them feeling strained as they work to focus themselves on the technology we so often put in front of them.
Eyes Feeling Tired?
If your eyes feel tired after looking at screens all day, this may be a sign of digital eye strain. This is caused by the high energy nature of blue light emitting from all of our devices, this causes your eyes to strain and you to blink a lot less, leading to unfocused visuals and dry eyes. This makes our eyes tired and leaves them feeling strained as they over work to focus themselves on the technology we use all day everyday.
While your eyes feeling overworked is an obvious sign of digital eye strain, there are a multitude of other harmful effects from over exposure to Blue Light, including: Interrupted sleep cycle, shorter concentration span and even damage to your vision. By adding Blue Light filter lens to your glasses you can mitigate these effects and keep your eyes happy.
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