Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Wear Blue Light Glasses

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Wear Blue Light Glasses

Computer vision syndrome is becoming more commonplace with the increasing number of hours that Americans are looking at digital devices. Dr. Evans shares insights into this new advancement in lenses and how it can protect your vision and improve eye strain from computer use. Discover how you can benefit from this lens that will decrease the amount of blue light entering your eyes as you work on your computer, smart phone or iPad.

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About this video: Dr. David Evans shares in-sights about the recent advancement in blue light glasses and the benefits associated with wearing this new lens design. Blue light lenses offer multiple benefits for people who use digital devices on an extended basis.

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