Fashion meets tech-based function is happening like never before. There are sunglasses that Snapchat for you and watches that keep track of your every move. But sometimes the most ingenious inventions are the simplest. While these might look like your typical trendy eyewear, Teddith blue light glasses protect from tech-created blue light. They're the only way I could cure my chronic tech headaches, but the benefits are much great than just that.
Since graduating college a couple of years ago, a lot of things have changed in my life and my body. One of the biggest challenges have been my chronic headaches. After visiting a handful of doctors, I realized that my constant screen-related work as a writer, blogger, and tech lover was the problem. Naturally, I went to the eye doctor to fix my eye strain. With glasses in hand, I set out to live a life free of headaches.
Everything was great for about two days. Then, the headaches started settling in again. It turns out I'm not the only one, either. According to experts, 60.5 percent of people report "experiencing symptoms of digital eye strain" of the 83 percent of people who use digital devices more than two hours per day.
Thankfully, the founders of Teddith listened to these eye concerns. They created blue light glasses that protect eyes from the light emitted from all screens, whether it's checking your phone throughout the day or working in front of a computer.
When I first slipped on these glasses, I didn't see a difference at all. Honestly, I thought it might have been a gimmick. But as I started wearing them in front of the computer, everything changed. Despite there being no prescription in the lenses, I no longer squinted at the screen I was looking at. Even better than that, my chronic headaches were gone within a week.
How do you know if you're suffering from blue light eye strain? Odds are that if you look at a screen, you could use a pair of the Teddith blue light glasses.
Forget everything you think you know about glasses, because this brand is completely changing the game. Not only do Felix Gray glasses look great, but they go from work to play and back to work effortlessly.
Of course, the lack of chronic headaches is also a perk.