We cannot avoid our electronic devices. They're necessary for school, work or play! Now, “Today’s electronic devices also emit high-energy, short-wavelength, blue and violet light, which may affect vision and even prematurely age the eyes. Early research shows that overexposure to blue light could contribute to eye strain and discomfort and may lead to serious conditions in later life such as age-related macular degeneration(AMD), which can cause blindness." #EyeSafe technology can filter that harmful blue and violet light from your cell phone, iPad or computer screen! Visit Health-e.com to SEE how to get the protection where you can! Check out the full articles here on Businesswire and EyeWireToday
From one of the nations most innovative sports programs, Coach Butch Jones has the athletes compete, even while they sleep. To help with sleep Jones said, “They wear glasses to block out the blue light when they go to bed at night. If anyone’s having a hard time sleeping at night and you’re on your phone, it’s usually gonna take an hour longer to go to sleep, so they wear these orange goggles that block out the blue light. The mind tells your body it’s time to go to sleep.” Whether it's a competition to sleep better so you can perform as a parent, a student, at work, or on the field “...the more you sleep, the better you...
Blue light from your cell phone, iPad or computer screen may be wreaking havoc on more than your sleep schedule. “It affects eye health, it affects sleep, it affects our mood and emotions, it affects possibly diabetes, possibly development of cancer,” said Dr. Louis Martin, an optometrist, “So I think it is something that we’re just seeing the tip of the iceberg as far as the impact of blue light long-term.” Instead of downloading color-altering apps to decrease the blue light, you can reduce your digital screens blue light emissions with #EyeSafe technology. Check out the full article HERE
Associate Professor of Psychology at Baker University, Sara Crump says, “Typically you go through … different stages of sleep and the blue light impairs the quality of you going through those different stages, so you don’t get as good of sleep at night.” With Pew Research Center reports 44% of cell phone users sleep with their phone within arms reach, maybe it’s time to reach for #EyeSafe Technology to decrease your blue light exposure. Baker Orange