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Digital devices connect us to the world and to each other. All day, every day. Too much screen time—many of us are clocking 9+ hours daily—can expose our eyes to unhealthy levels of blue light. Wearing blue light filtering glasses or lenses, like Featherwates® Blue IQ™ can help protect your eyesight from blue light damage.
These prescription lenses available in single vision, multi-focal, or plano lenses, incorporate a special shielding technology that filters out blue light—up to five times more than other leading brands**.
Featherwates® Blue IQ™ lenses fit into your favorite frames—creating a pair of powerful blue light blocking glasses that can help provide protection while you’re working, checking social media, gaming, studying, or watching TV.
Helps filter blue light from handheld devices to reduce harmful effects. While other blue light glasses and lenses just use a surface coating, Featherwates® Blue IQ™ lenses incorporate an innovative filtering blue light blocking technology right into the lenses themselves.
Health-promoting blue light from the sun can pass through while the potentially damaging blue light from your devices stays out.
Overexposure to blue light can cause all kinds of problems from dry eyes to digital eye strain, sleep cycle disruption, and even macular degeneration.
Blue light can be tough on your eyes because it scatters more than regular light. Trying to focus on digital devices for long periods of time can lead to digital eye strain with dry eyes, headaches, and blurred vision.View full article
Blue light is emitted by electronic screens so checking your phone before bed tricks your brain into thinking it's time to wake up instead of time to sleep.View full article
Studies have shown that exposure to blue light can damage light-sensitive cells in your eyes which can lead to macular degeneration-the most common cause of permanent vision loss.***View video
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