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In the early days of blue light glasses, the lenses were a distinct yellow, and the frames were notoriously uncool. However, these days, blue light glasses are super-stylish and designed to only filter out blue light at the higher end of the spectrum. The lenses are not noticeably yellow at all. So, while they are imperceptibly yellow (and have to be in order to work), no one will ever know, unless you tell them.
Generally speaking, you should look for the same things you look for in any pair of glasses. Start by choosing frames that are the right size for your face shape. Then, find a pair of blue light filtering glasses that match your personal style. If you need reading glasses, consider a pair of glasses with SightRelax lenses. If you wear prescription glasses, you can just add a blue light filtering feature to your prescription at checkout.
Our blue light filtering glasses are effective at reducing your exposure to potentially harmful blue light between 415-455nm. This blue light exposure comes from long hours spent in front of digital devices, like laptops, smart phones, and televisions.
Computer glasses are eyeglasses specifically designed for viewing computers, tablets and smartphones. Computer glasses are intended for close-up tasks only. They should not be worn for driving or general purpose use.
Some computer glasses also shield your eyes from potentially harmful blue light emitted by digital devices. More research is needed to determine if long-term exposure to blue light from digital devices increases the risk of macular degeneration or other eye problems later in life. But laboratory studies have shown that blue light can damage cells in the retina that are essential for sight.
Computer glasses should also correct any nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism you have. Research shows that even small amounts of uncorrected refractive errors can cause computer vision problems and reduced productivity.
If you are under age 40 and wear prescription eyeglasses, these glasses will provide clear vision at all viewing distances. But focusing on intermediate and near objects still requires effort by the ciliary muscle in your eye. The longer you stare at your computer and phone screens, the more fatigued this muscle and your eyes become.
Generally, computer glasses have about 60% the magnifying power of reading glasses. (The optimal magnification depends on how far you prefer to sit from your computer screen and how close you hold your digital devices.)
Also, custom computer glasses position the optical center of the lenses directly in front of your pupils when using your devices. This intermediate pupillary distance is not customized in store-bought reading glasses.
The simplest computer glasses have lenses with the same power throughout the entire lens. These are called single vision lenses. This lens power is customized for your specific needs and preferred computer viewing distance.
Progressive computer lenses have a larger intermediate zone than regular progressive lenses. This provides a wider view of your computer screen. But these lenses have a smaller zone for distance vision and therefore are not recommended for driving.
Other lenses used for computer glasses include occupational bifocal and trifocal lenses. These multifocal lenses have larger zones for intermediate and near vision than regular bifocals and trifocals. Also, the position of the intermediate and near zones of these glasses can be customized for computer use.
For greatest comfort, the lenses of your computer glasses should include anti-reflective coating. Reflections from the front and back surfaces of eyeglass lenses can cause eye strain. Anti-reflective (AR) coating eliminates these annoying reflections.
A blue light filter is another essential to protect your eyes from potentially harmful high-energy blue light emitted by digital devices. Eyezen lenses are example of high quality lenses with built-in blue light filtration for computer glasses.
Computer glasses (sometimes called \"computer reading glasses\" or \"reading glasses for computer use\" or \"blue light glasses\") have become a popular topic in the eyeglasses world due to some new companies that are promoting special coatings. To understand what computer glasses are, we must first understand the problems they are trying to solve. Computer glasses are designed to relieve digital eye strain, blurred vision, red eyes, dry eyes, and other computer vision syndrome symptoms. If you need a prescription to read the computer, then you could benefit from Anti reflective coating and Blue light glasses for computer use. If you do not need prescription glasses for computer use, then you would only benefit from blue light glasses.
There has been a lot of buzz about blue light glasses in recent years and their purported ability to protect us from blue light exposure. Blue light from our devices increases energy levels, sleep disruption, and even eye strain. Thus the idea that blue light glasses can give us relief seems tempting. However, whether blue light glasses really work is still debatable. Studies have not conclusively proven that blue light glasses effectively reduce exposure to blue light. Thus, checking with your healthcare provider before trying these glasses is best.
Blue light-blocking glasses are fitted with a lens filter that can block or absorb some of the blue light which is everywhere. Some designs additionally block UV light, similar to sunglasses, although this is still being studied. Once you have your prescription, you can add a blue light-blocking coating to your lenses to make blue light glasses. We always recommend Crizal Prevencia, which blocks blue light, has an anti-reflective coating, a super hard coating, and a two-year anti-scratch warrantee. There is no finer way to treat your eyes than Crizal Prevencia.
Blue light emanates primarily from the sun and from fluorescent lights, Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs, flat-screen TVs and screens, LED Lights, computer monitors, smartphones, and tablet screens.
Blue light filtering glasses do block some bad light, as well as the good blue light. So it is theoretically possible that blue light filtering glasses may help you; it is equally possible that blocking blue light could hurt you. There is no research either way. The main problem is not with the good or bad light but with our overuse of these devices.
Computer glasses can only resolve vision problems if you have the right prescription strength. No blue light blocking lenses will help you if your computer glasses are not tuned to the distance of your computer screen from your eyes. correction needs of your eyes. If you pick a pair of reading glasses that \"seems\" right to you from a drugstore, you will not solve the distance problem and will continue to experience digital eye strain and its effects. Doing it right requires a visit to an eye doctor near you. Your eye doctor can prescribe blue light filtering lenses for reading glasses, near, intermediate, and distance vision. You can then decide what types of reading glasses you need for your lifestyle.
For example, single-vision, progressive, and bifocal lenses can be used for computer glasses. Single-vision lenses are the most common and are also named \"reading glasses; the new computer glasses brands were developed this way, primarily as gaming glasses. Gamer glasses are \"off the shelf,\" meaning they do not require a prescription. Again, if you \"self-diagnose\" the power of computer glasses for yourself, you will not be solving your problems and may spend more money. Prescription computer glasses are a much more effective way to handle digital eye strain and computer vision syndrome.
Progressive lenses are computer glasses with blue light filtering lenses. These blue light filtering glasses contain a special coating that filters out the harmful blue light emitted by digital devices and artificial lighting, allowing extended exposure to the computer screen or mobile device without straining your eyes. They also provide clearer vision for the computer screen, compared to regular glasses because each lens has a different focusing power, making it easier to switch focus between near and far objects. With progressive lenses, you can enjoy all the benefits of reading glasses and distance glasses while having extra protection from blue light exposure. Progressive lenses are an ideal choice for anyone who spends a lot of time using digital devices.
In addition to regular progressive lenses, transition lenses or Photochromic lenses and glare-reducing lenses are available on the market as reading glasses or any other type of lenses. Transition lenses change from clear indoors to dark outdoors in the sunlight while preserving UV protection, making them great for outdoor activities. And glare-reducing lenses protect from light glare, making them great for driving.
Anti-reflective coating added to computer glasses helps to reduce glare that enters your eyes from the computer screen and any other light sources in the room. For example, if your computer room has many windows, during the day, it will be filled with ambient light bouncing around, and no-glare glasses will help to reduce that light from entering your eyes. Glare entering your eyes causes eye fatigue and reduces visual acuity because it blocks your eyes from seeing clearly.
Photochromic lenses are eyewear designed to reduce eye strain and fatigue. They can tint or darken when exposed to UV light, protecting them from the sun's harmful rays. This feature makes them ideal for outdoor activities such as driving, playing sports, running, etc. Additionally, they provide superior clarity in various lighting conditions due to their ability to adjust their darkness level automatically depending on the amount of sunlight present. As a result, these computer glasses offer wearers enhanced visual comfort and performance without manually switching between different