As we struggle to wrap our heads around the new normal, the coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic has motivated many people to explore all of the different ways they can protect themselves.
Has working from home turned you into a real computer potato?
Are you also experiencing more headaches?
Do your eyes feel dry? Or are you having trouble falling asleep?
Did you know that around 50 million Americans have trouble falling asleep at night?
We use computers to work, mobile phones to scroll through informative or fun content, TV to watch the news or to entertain ourselves...
If you’ve ever spent the night tossing and turning, you know that the next day you often feel groggy, tired, and even grumpy.
Throughout the day, we encounter many different forms of light: sunlight (direct or that gross, gloomy one), the light that comes on when we flip the light switch, or that white one that comes from our laptops and phones.
Computer glasses and blue light filters are hitting the market at rapid speed, but do they actually work? It is not uncommon for adults to reach up to 10 hours of screen time a day. More
While professionals still explore all the effects of the digital age on our health, all experts and studies agree on one thing. In essence, the amount of time we spend on digital devices is destroying our eyesight.
People are now looking at computer screens or mobile devices for several hours a day. All of the digital devices we use on a regular basis emit blue light, a high-energy short-wave light that we are naturally exposed
As kids head back to school, their focus shifts from fun summer activities like going to the pool and staying up late to watch movies, to getting back into a daily school-year-routine. Less time outside, and more