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Now that our screens hold most of our attention, let's chat about how this is affecting our eyes… and more importantly what we can do to help them. ⁠⠀


A few years back, 60% of Americans surveyed experienced symptoms of “digital eye strain” due to extended time in front of a screen. What was born out of this study? An industry formed around protecting us from blue light. ⁠⠀

Blue light can have a huge impact on our sleep, specifically by suppressing our natural melatonin production. When we take in blue light, our mind is triggered to stay alert and upbeat. In a perfect world, we'd all be turning our screens off about 3-4 hours before we hit the hay. Sometimes, that's just not going to happen (YouTube is a very dark hole..) SO - bring on the blue light glasses. I've linked a list of affordable / super stylish /super fast glasses for you to take a look at... ENJOY 😎⁠⠀



  1. Position your screen so you’re gazing slightly downward.⁠⠀

  2. Turn on the matte screen filter to reduce glare.⁠⠀

  3. Eye drops - for when the dryness gets REAL.⠀

  4. Every 20 minutes or so, focus on something that is further than 10 feet away to reengage your eyes on a different task.

TIJN Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Leopard

Uvex S1933X Skyper Safety Eyewear

Effnny Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Black

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