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Screen glasses, computer glasses, blue light.

Call them what you want, but - please - protect your eyes.

Bye-bye eye strain!

Bluelight Glasses

Answers to your frequent questions

All the digital devices, more or less powerfully, emit the so-called 'blue light. This is what we call the visible part of light with the shortest wavelength, that is the part with the most powerful energy. Blue light contributes to eye strain, so filtering it reduces its negative effects.

Today, artificial light has replaced natural light. Landscapes are no longer seen through a window and are observed from our own smartphone. We interact with each other through screens on a daily basis. Did you know that on average we spend 11 hours a day looking at a screen? They are useful because they protect us from a type of harmful light to which we are exposed to all day long. .

Dryness, itchy eyes, tired eyesight, headache and lack of concentration. Additionally, blue light affects your melatonin levels at night, making it harder for you to fall asleep; in fact, experts recommend not looking at any screen just before going to sleep

Besides using screen glasses, what else can I do?

There are some tips to reduce eye strain and the other symptoms that screens cause:

  • Optimize the lighting of your usual place of study or work.
  • Keep your eyes lubricated to avoid dryness and blink naturally.
  • Introduce the 20-20-20 rule in your day-to-day: for every 20 minutes you spend looking at a screen, you should look at something 6 meters away (20 feet) during 20 seconds.

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