Blue Light Glasses are the newest tool to combat eye strain from computer usage. The functional and fashionable eyeglasses are available in both prescription and non-prescription to block blue light. By reducing the blue light from your devices, they may stop eye strain, prevent headaches, and improve sleep.

Some of the top brands include,

Ashton

Ashton Blue Light Glasses are unisex, lightweight, and available in round, stylish, and made with a premium alloy for durability and easy care. The gold color, full-rimmed round eyeglasses come with scratch-resistant polymer lenses. It also offers silver frames for consumers that aren’t fond of gold.  Also, the shape is an ideal fit for most faces.

Elliot

Elliot Blue Light Lenses are available in several styles, including light gold, clear, gray, black, and tortoise. These are round and made with a premium alloy. They are only 14 grams, making them lightweight and comfortable to wear for several hours daily. The design fits most face shapes. The color options for the unisex blue light eyeglasses make it a hit for many consumers.

Avery

Another brand with multiple options is Avery. It offers a few colors for its octagon-shaped lenses. Choose from rose gold, silver blue, and gold rim blue light glasses. Avery glasses are also unisex. But they weigh a little more than other options at 15 grams. The geometric shape offers buyers something unique, and the lens material is a premium scratch-resistant polymer. These large glasses fit consumers with a more full face.

Lorna

Are you looking for a more old-school design? Lorna may be just what you need. These have a cat-eye shape that’s unique and stylish. The blue light glasses are available in bold colors, such as clear, crimson, light pink, and tortoise. They are a bit heavier than other blue light glasses, tipping the scale at almost 20 grams. Unlike the other options, these are made with acetate and are designed for women. The spring hinge allows for adjustments and makes them a little more durable than other options.

Blue Light Explained

Blue light refers to the blue-violet light or high energy visible (HEV) light. The most dangerous blue light is from the sun. Your electronic devices, such as computers, TVs, tablets, and even your phone, emits HEV light. However, people spend more than half their day in front of electronic devices and are being exposed to blue light longer and more often than ever before.

In fact, the average time in front of electronic devices is around 11 hours per day, with many people eclipsing that number. People have even traded paper books for digital ones, adding more electronic time to their day and night.

Reduce Eye Strain

Too much screen time is harmful to your health. At the same time, the world requires computers and devices. Many people make a living working in front of a PC. It’s essential to find the balance to reduce eye strain without harming your career or education.

Eye tension can lead to headaches and blurred vision. It can also leave you with sore, burning, itchy eyes and lead to muscle tension in the neck, shoulders, and back. Although it doesn’t have long-term consequences, it can lead to diminished productivity.

Improve Sleep

The blue light your devices emit does more than cause eye strain; they keep you awake and prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep. To be more specific, the blue light from LED devices interferes with your body’s natural melatonin production.

Studies show people who wear blue light eyeglasses have improved melatonin levels, which improves sleep. If you’re already suffering from tension headaches from too much screen time or high levels of stress, getting less stress will increase the symptoms. Combined, the lack of sleep and tension headaches reduce your productivity at home, school, and work.

Combine blue light glasses with proper ergonomics, eye drops, and regular breaks from your devices for the best results.

Protect your eyes, reduce eye strain, and sleep better with blue light glasses. Pick up a pair of styling and profiling glasses to help filter out the blue light. Along with looking great, they may improve your wellness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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