Why Blue Light Blocking Glasses Are Good?

Today, working from home has turned into unavoidable reality.

However, staying and working at home means going out less frequently and resorting to different screens searching for after-work entertainment. 

You wake up, check your emails on your phone while brewing a cup of coffee, then sit in front of your computer. 

When you finish up with your work day, you grab your phone again to relax by scrolling through social media. 

After that, you decide to continue watching that Netflix show you started the day before.

The day turns into a night, and you’ve spent your entire day staring at screens.

How blue light affects sleep?

All of the screens we mentioned (along with the ones we didn’t) emit blue light. 

Blue light helps you wake up in the morning, and it makes the sky blue. 

Blue light can negatively affect your eyes and cause eye strain, and dry or irritated eyes.  

These effects can cause sleep issues to surface. 

Your brain confuses the blue light from your screen with daylight, keeping you awake and alert longer.

Overexposure to blue light suppresses melatonin production and disrupts with your circadian rhythm.

So, when you finally decide to hit the hay, you might find yourself having trouble falling asleep, even though you are physically tired.

How can blue light glasses help with sleep?

Having ongoing issues with sleep can lead to sleep deprivation.

Sleep deprivation symptoms include moodiness, fatigue, difficulty focusing, impacted memory, weakened immune system, high blood pressure, and other health issues.

That’s where blue light glasses come into play.

What are even blue light glasses?

Blue light blocking glasses have lenses that can block or filter out the blue light from digital screens.

Blue light glasses can help you minimize the effects of being overly exposed to blue light. 

bluwinx blue light glasses are crafted with a unique KODAK Total Blue® Lens technology, which filters harmful blue light (up to 80%) and offers 100% protection against UV rays.

Wearing blue light blocking glasses like bluwinx may help your eyes feel more relaxed and diminish the possibility of sleep troubles.

What else are blue light glasses good for?

Digital eye strain is another important concern of being overexposed to blue light.

The worst part is people getting used to digital eye strain; you may not even realize it’s a problem for you until you do something about it.

Symptoms of digital eye strain can be different:

  • Sore, tired, burning, or itching eyes.
  • Watery or dry eyes.
  • Blurred or double vision.
  • Headache.
  • Sore neck, shoulders, or back.
  • Increased sensitivity to light.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Feeling that you cannot keep your eyes open.

If you experience some (or even all of these), along with leaning over to the computer or looking above or under your eyewear, you might want to check out some blue light glasses. 

Blue light blocking glasses also reduce glare and filter the amount of blue light you’re exposed to. They help you work longer on digital devices and minimize worrying about the side effects.

Glasses like bluwinx are designed to filter out blue light while increasing the screen’s contrast to help your eyes relax as you view a device. 

Moreover, if you are a young professional that works within the various fields of content creation, such as photography and videography, you’ll want to grab a pair of blue light glasses made with no amber tint. 

Blue light glasses made with an amber tint usually distort the colors on the screen, creating a visible difference. 

bluwinx resolves such issues by producing blue light glasses without the amber coating and no color distortion whatsoever.

To summarize

There is not enough scientific evidence that supports the theory of blue light, causing digital eye strain.

Therefore, it’s hard to call blue light blocking glasses “the cure” for it.

However, there are clinically approved facts about blue light heavily affecting our sleep patterns. 

During these unprecedented times, while trying to stay inside and take care of our health, it might be a good time to take care of your eyes, too.

By wearing blue light blocking glasses while being in front of a screen, you’ll be able to help your brain function naturally and preserve your peace of mind day after day.

Explore our offer of blue light glasses at bluwinx.com/eyeglasses.

If you have any additional questions, reach out by emailing us at help@bluwinx.com!

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