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Do blue light glasses actually work?
Blue light occurs naturally from the sun and artificially through our digital screens. Overexposure to blue light, especially through our daily devices, may contribute to digital eye strain symptoms such as tired eyes and vision blur. Plus, blue light disrupts the sleep-wake cycle, which means that too much of it can negatively affect sleep quality.
So, what can you do? Scroll in style by wearing blue light glasses, which filter out blue-violet light emitted by screens. By reducing the amount of blue light entering your eyes, you may be able to avoid eye fatigue and get better sleep.
What is the benefit of blue light glasses?
Filtering out the blues comes with a wide range of benefits. For starters, you can scroll, stream, and swipe while protecting your eyes. Blue light glasses can be helpful for avoiding tired eyes, potentially easing digital eye strain. Because blue light signals to your brain that it’s daytime, reducing your exposure to blue light can also help you regulate your sleep-wake cycle and catch more restful ZZZs.