With today’s technology-driven world, the side effects of being exposed to too much blue light have become a bigger concern to the general public. We are surrounded by blue light. It can be found in direct sunlight. LED light bulbs, television screens, smartphone displays, and computer monitors all include it. Although blue light is generally safe, it has the potential to do harm to the body when overexposed.
So, who should be wearing blue light glasses?
Kids and adults should wear blue light blocking lenses when spending hours on computer screens, tablets, smartphones, and TV screens.
Many adults spend 8 hours a day looking at computer screens during work as well as kids on handheld devices for studying or playing. It is a lot of screen time. Overexposure can cause a variety of side effects, such as dry eyes and headaches.
It is best to wear blue light eyeglasses to protect your eyes from harmful blue light emitted on digital screens.
Blue light is found naturally in sunlight. While it may feel great to have your eyes exposed to the sun in the summer, it should be noted that the sun can have damaging effects on your eyes as well. While being aware of the impacts of the sun on your skin, it is just as important to be aware of the impact on your eyes.
There are blue light shades in the market today that can be used indoors and outdoors. These eyeglasses use photochromatic lenses. Photochromatic lenses are lenses that have a change in color as well as a change in its transparency due to the UV rays of the sun. Photochromatic lenses are also known as Transition lenses.