Do Blue Light Glasses Actually Work?

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Do Blue Light Glasses Actually Work?

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With many people having to transition to working from home in the past few months, it’s possible that you’ve considered blue light glasses to help with any computer-related headaches you’ve been experiencing. But do these glasses actually help?

Read on to learn more about how blue light glasses work and what they do.

What Is Blue Light?

Out of all the colors on the light spectrum, blue light has the shortest and highest-energy wavelengths. Because of this, it tends to flicker more and for longer lengths of time than other colors on the spectrum.

Blue light is also visible to the human eye and is found in both natural and artificial sources all around us. While the sky gives off the greatest amount of natural blue light, the electronic devices we use every day give off artificial blue light as well.

Because blue light is both visible and flickers, prolonged computer, laptop or smartphone usage often leads to symptoms such as eyestrain, sleeplessness, blurry vision and blue light headaches.

What Do Blue Light Glasses Do?

Blue light glasses are designed to prevent blue light rays from entering the retina. Unlike the regular lenses on a pair of glasses, blue light glasses will either absorb or block blue light.

These glasses, which are sometimes called computer reading glasses, are designed to be worn to prevent symptoms of eye strain, headaches and migraines.

How Do Blue Light Glasses Work?

Blue light glasses, which do not require a prescription to buy, can provide you with relief from eye fatigue and strain caused by using electronic devices for extended periods of time. Essentially, these glasses work by filtering out the blue light and lessening the contrast coming from the images on your screen.

Some glasses come in different tints, which allows you to customize your glasses based on your specific vision needs and screen settings. Regardless of which style or tint you choose, blue light glasses will cause the light rays to bounce off the lens and lessen the overall impact of using a bright screen.

Searching for Migraine and Headache Relief? Try a Myers’ Cocktail

If you are looking for headache or migraine relief possibly caused by blue light, our Myer’s Cocktail can provide you with the relief you need. While specialty glasses for migraines can help with absorbing or filtering blue light rays, this specialty IV drip is designed to relieve the pain, pressure and throbbing symptoms you may be experiencing, quickly and efficiently.

Our Myers’ Cocktail contains a base of normal saline. Then, we infuse the saline solution with key B-complex vitamins, minerals and electrolytes. Depending on your needs, we can also incorporate other vitamins, anti-inflammatory medications, anti-nausea medications and even abortive migraine medications.

Contact AZ IV Medics to Set Up an At-Home Drip Today

At Arizona IV Medics, with our personalized mobile IV therapy services, our team of nurses, doctors and paramedics can help you find relief from your symptoms. Our bestselling Myers’ Cocktail IV drip can be delivered to your home, business or hotel room, providing you with quick and convenient relief.

Call or text us at 623-521-5034 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your appointment today.

Matt Heistan
Matt Heistan
Matt is the CEO of AZ IV Medics. Matt has over 15 years of experience in the emergency medicine field. Matt attended Westwood High School, Scottsdale Community College, and the University of Maryland where he received a BS in Psychology. Matt is a 10-year USAF veteran and has been an EMT since 1999. After separating from the USAF, Matt was hired by the Peoria AZ Fire Dept. where he has worked as a Firefighter Paramedic for the last 10 years. Matt is a life-long athlete, from college football to powerlifting, to Crossfit, to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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