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Blue Light Blocking Glasses
Blue light is a harmful portion of colorless light emitted by digital screens. According to the Paris Vision Institute, younger people exposed to an excess amount of blue light can start to experience age-related macular degeneration of an earlier stage. Other research states that excess exposure is also the leading cause of vision loss for people over 50.
A main source of HEV light in our lives is the harmful blue-violet light emitted by our digital screens. From the digital devices such as TVs to tablets, computers to phones, we’re constantly exposing ourselves to unnatural high energy blue ray. By wearing computer glasses blue light blocking glasses, you can limit the amount of blue light that enters your eyes and make your screen time more pleasant. Headaches, sore and tired eyes and stiff necks are all symptoms of digital eye strain. Spending the majority of our working hours in front of device screens put our eyes through a lot of wear and tear.
Blue light filter glasses that claim to filter out blue ray from computers, smartphones and tablets are becoming increasingly popular. Ads for these anti blue light glasses claim overexposure to blue light can cause a number of problems. The problems supposedly linked to blue light range from dry eyes to digital eye strain, sleep cycle disruption and even macular degeneration, which causes people to lose some or all of their central vision. However there is no evidence that the kind or amount of light coming from computer screens is damaging to the eyes.
There is evidence that some kinds of light exposure can cause eye damage under certain conditions. For instance, too much exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun does raise the risks of eye diseases, including cataracts, growths on the eye and cancer. The amount of radiation coming from a computer has never been demonstrated to cause any eye disease. Some customer review and studies reprinted by the National Library of Medicine found no measurable UVA or UVB radiation from computer monitors.
With blue light protection glasses, both prescription lenses have the same magnification power, and the location of the optical center of the lenses is not customized per person. With blue light blocking prescription glasses that have personalized scripts and that you receive from a doctor, each lenses’ power and optical center may be different according to your unique needs, For example, someone that needs a doctor’s prescription glasses may need a stronger magnification for one eye than the other. When you have a doctor-prescribed pair of blue filter glasses, the optical center of each lens is unique to your eye and matches the optical center of your eyeball, allowing you to best focus on an object. The Blue Blockers sunglasses is to deliver a virtually clear lens with minimal color distortion. That means UV+ Blue Blocker lenses are best-of-breed and can be used with your everyday verified purchase of blublocker sunglasses for all-day protection from blue light and UV light. The blue light blocking reading glasses with a blue light filter lens enhancement on most of our readers that protect your eyes from harmful blue light rays especially blue light at night and increase risk of melatonin production and light exposure of rotating night worker
We specially design lenses to absorb Blue Light while remaining virtually clear without affecting color perception or acuity. We achieve this by taking a naturally occurring Blue Light filtering ocular pigment and combining it with our lens material and whitening components. Traditionally, other iltering lenses are tinted a dark yellow to filter Blue Light. This has two disadvantages. First, your color perception is completely distorted because everything appears more yellow. Second, yellow lenses are more aesthetically unpleasing. Some eyewear companies, however, opt-out of the yellow filter and coat their lenses. These coats are seemingly clear until you are facing a screen, at which point they appear blue as the coating deflects the Blue Light.
Opticians at Glasses Gallery highly recommend you to add a digital block coating on your prescription lenses at a small fee to protect you from blue lights emissions from computer screens, smartphones, or any other devices.