Blue light glasses are a game changer for eye-strain
BON CHARGE Light Sensitivity Glasses are the perfect solution for blue light from your digital devices and office/home lighting.
Blue light can be intensifying symptoms of Photophobia (sensitivity to light).
These glasses are designed to provide relief and comfort for individuals who are sensitive to bright light or suffer from Photophobia.
One potential solution to combat light sensitivity might be to block the blue light wavelengths between 415nm and 455nm, as studies have shown that this banding of light is closely related to eye damage.
Light sensitivity symptoms may include sore eyes, headaches, or feeling uncomfortable under bright light. Short-wavelength blue light has been shown as one of the potential triggers for light-sensitive people and this type of light can often be found in our favorite digital devices such as smartphones, laptop computers, tablets, and even overhead lighting.
At BON CHARGE their Light Sensitivity Glasses block blue light from 400nm and 455nm and may be a good option if you feel you have a sensitivity to artificial light. All their lens reports can be found on each product page.
BON CHARGE Light Sensitivity Glasses also go one step further and are classified as a medical device in Australia and are included as ARTG 388832, 388832, and 388834.
Their Light Sensitivity Glasses are also FDA-registered in the USA. Choose their science-supported Light Sensitivity Glasses today and manage light sensitivity more effectively.
All their frames are available in non-prescription, prescription, and reading options.
Listen to episode 546 of the Wellness + Wisdom podcast with Andy Mant, CEO of Bon Charge, and find out about new discoveries about how blue light affects our physical health and sleep, and why we need to use red light therapy to recover from the damage caused by blue light.
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