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3 Reasons to Wear Computer Glasses

Between your computer, your tablet, and your smartphone, these days you’re probably spending more and more time staring at screens. You’ve seen those special computer glasses, but you can’t help but wonder: Do they really make any difference? Are they worth a second look?According to the Vision Council, more than two thirds of us suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). The cause is too much time in front of digital screens, and the symptoms include dry or red eyes, blurred vision, eye twitches, fatigue, headaches, and even back and neck pain.Taking frequent breaks can help alleviate CVS. But experts agree: A pair of computer glasses is a wise investment that can greatly enhance the quality of your screen time. Here’s...

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What Do Blue-Light Glasses Do? These Glasses Will Protect Your Eyes While You Scroll Through Instagram

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...

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Blue Blocking Glasses May Help Treat Bipolar Disorder, Promote Sleep

If you have bipolar disorder, depression or trouble sleeping, it may help to wear amber-tinted glasses at night, new research suggests. These orange shades block blue light, which the body uses to adjust the biological clock to control sleeping and many other functions. Blue light is a major component of sunlight, and exposure to it in the morning signals that it’s time to wake up and also helps reset the body’s clock, which is why morning sun is so important for adjusting to jet lag. Likewise, darkness following sundown serves as a cue to sleep. This worked well for our ancestors whose primary source of light was the sun. But many modern-day electronic devices like phones, computers and televisions also...

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