Studies Link Blue Light Emissions to Insomnia and Eye Disease – Prospek Eyewear to the Rescue

Recent studies at Haifa University and Harvard Medical School, have concluded that blue lights and the rays emitting from our connected devices and certain types of light bulbs are not only harmful to our eyes but may cause insomnia and other ailments.

Studies show that 60% of Americans spend more than 6 hours a day in front of a digital device, to dire consequences with ailments ranging from insomnia, eyestrain, migraines to depression and obesity.  Spektrum Glasses offers a solution. With its blue light ray filtering lenses, Prospek eyewear from the Spektrum collection blocks out 50% to 99% of all blue light emanating from digital devices, significantly improving the quality of life of its wearers.  

Where have you been all my life, ask one of Spektrum glasses happy customers – By Monkey’s Mommy on Amazon

I have suffered from light sensitivity and dry eyes forever, or so I thought. I would take allergy medicine daily, Restasis morning and night, drops throughout the day, while sitting in front of a computer all day. I have seen several different eye doctors that have prescribed Restasis over the years. I remembered trying out blue light glasses at the optometrist and decided to see if I could get something similar on Amazon. UNBELIEVABLE! I have not used Restasis since I’ve started to wear my Spektrum glasses and I don’t need to put eye drops throughout the day. Thank you, Spektrum!

  If you have ever asked yourself “Do I need computer glasses?” Read on. Light from fluorescent and incandescent bulbs, LEDs (light-emitting diodes) in televisions, smartphones and computers and even the flashing light from an alarm clock all emit blue light which tells your body that it is still daytime. That is fine when it is always daytime, but when it is not, your brain and body get thrown off kilter. Blue light filtering glasses help to mitigate these effects by allowing you to see what you are doing without disrupting hormonal cues.

The Scope Weekly reported that the University of Toronto conducted a blue light study that involved looking at two groups of people with and without goggles. It discovered that the melatonin levels of people exposed to bright indoor light who were wearing blue-light–blocking glasses to people exposed to regular dim light without wearing goggles were the same. It concluded that people who work at night under fluorescent lights or who read from digital devices would benefit from wearing protective eyewear such as Spektrum glasses.

“We take the science of blue light filtering, which is our eyewear solutions very seriously,” said James Edwards, co-founder of Prospek. “That is why we offer a collection that will fit the needs of every family members.” 

The Prospek’s collection runs from $33.95 up to $55.95 and offers blue light blocking glasses for different needs, gender and age groups, even for kids. The 50% light filter glasses come in a clear lens while the 99% have a darker yellow lens in a wide variety of fashion styles. 

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Sources: University of Haifa. “Blue light emitted by screens damages our sleep, study suggests.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 22 August 2017.

 Harvard Health Publishing. “Exposure to blue light at night, emitted by electronics and energy-efficient light bulbs, can be harmful to your health.” Updated: September 2, 2015, Published: May 2012

 Blue Light Exposed http://www.bluelightexposed.com/

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