Protect Your Eyes From Computer Screen Glare With Specialised Computer Glasses
Whether it be for work or leisure we are increasingly using many various devices throughout our daily lives that emit blue light.These include desk top computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones and televisions. Staring for long hours at the glare of the screens of these devices, particularly in lower light levels in the evening can take it’s toll on our eyes.
emit large amounts of blue light, the highest energy of all visible light (ranging from 400 nm to 500 nm). Natural blue light regulates our circadian rhythm by effecting the production of melatonin in our body. Exposure to too much harsh blue light at the wrong time of day strains our eyes and disrupts our sleep cycle.
This can have possible disruptive effects such as dry eyes, which are caused by a lack of blinking,
Although conclusive studies have not been done to prove their benefits, you may want to err on the side of caution and protect your eyes from any possible damage caused by prolonged screen use by purchasing some specialised glasses to wear only whilst using screens. The lenses should be UVA 400 grade and have an unobtrusive, faint blue tint. These specialised lenses will filter out the excessive, harsh blue light and allow your eyes to focus more easily and improve contrast, reduce eye strain and eye fatigue.
If you usualy wear presciption glasses, these computer glasses can simply be worn over the top of your regular pair. Although special coatings are available for prescription glasses, these computer glasses are far less expensive, from only £14.95 + p&p per pair, available in four colourways.