I have a problem, I have too many digital screens in my life and things are getting to the point where my eye health is at risk. Whether it’s spending all day working from home without an external screen, squinting at the Adobe Creative Cloud. Being on my laptop on a Sunday evening collating my blog content, or mindlessly scrolling on Instagram. Let’s not forget about the button mashing on my Xbox in a bid to save the world from extinction.
My eyes are tired. My eyes are fatigued; they are bloodshot; they are dry. No matter how many exercises I do, I am screwed. One of my lowest points that permanently damaged my eyes was staying up all night on my Xbox trying to get a timed exclusive armour set for my character on the game called Anthem. I left my living room with no moisture in my eyes.
Cut forward today, and I am in desperate need for eye aid. That’s when I discovered screen glasses. The downside with screen glasses is that there is no scientific proof that suggests they work, so take this post with caution. You could be spending money on a product that doesn’t work. Worst-case scenario, you are left with pair of stylish eyeglasses.
On the off chance that screen glasses do work, you will be able to protect your eyes from the blue glare. On my search I realised the there is a lack of stylish glasses. Like any accessory that you wear, they should always enhance your look and help elevate your style.
With that in mind, here are my favourite fashionable screen glasses to help you rest your eyes in style.
“High Quality organic CR39 lenses that block 40% of the blue light on the 430-450nm spectrum and 100% of the blue light at 410nm”
ACE AND TATE
“Non-prescription glasses fitted with Blue Light Filter lenses, from £98”
“Protects your eyes by filtering 40% of blue light (emitted by computer screens, smartphones, tablets, TVs, etc)”
“Blue light filtering glasses feature unique lenses to help to block out the HEV light emitted by digital screens.”
Do you think you need to invest in screen glasses?