Do you need blue light lenses? Click here to find out in less than 3min.

Do you need blue light lenses? Click here to find out in less than 3min.

Lenses To Protect Your Eyes From Harmful Blue Light

How does blue light affect our sight?

Most of us think of light as the absence of darkness; light is either present or absent, either natural or from a man-made source. While none of that is incorrect, there is actually much more to light than (pardon the pun) meets the eye.
 

  • What is blue light

What is blue light?

For the purposes of this article, we’ll focus on blue light, one of the many hues in all visible light.

Blue light is naturally produced by the sun but also by computer monitors, smartphone screens and other digital devices. In addition to these, blue light is produced by LED and fluorescent lights, and compact fluorescent light bulbs. Blue light is essential in maintaining your sleep and wake cycle, mood and keeping your memory sharp.

  • Choosing blue light lenses

How do I choose the right blue light lenses?

For indoor usage

We can’t seem to escape blue light even if we’re indoors with all the windows shut, because chances we’re sitting in front of a computer, TV, or using our smartphone. For those who spend the majority of their time indoors, computer glasses like Eyezen protect your eyes from extended exposure to blue light and help relax your vision reducing digital eye strain.

Spending a lot of time in front of digital screens?

Ask one of our optical expert partner about lenses that protects you against harmful blue light

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