Protect your eyes and prevent digital eye strain with blue light lenses for only £29 at Feel Good Contacts. Feel Good Contacts are an online retailer renowned for their competitive pricing and excellent services. As well as stocking blue light lenses for as little as £29, you can also find contact lenses at the cheapest UK prices guaranteed as well as a range of eye care products, sunglasses and glasses to suit a variety of visual needs. Learn more about blue light glasses at Feel Good Contacts in this article.
Blue light glasses are essential for those who spend long hours in front of digital devices as they can help to prevent digital eye strain which can lead to dry eyes, headaches, sleep cycle disruption, eye fatigue and glare. They have become increasingly popular due to increased time spent on digital devices such as computers, tablets, and smartphones.
Blue light glasses feature lenses which have been specifically designed to block out high-energy visible (HEV) blue light emitted from digital screens and can therefore reduce symptoms of exposure to blue light and improve sleep. This is because blue light reduces our melatonin production (the hormone which helps us sleep at night) and disrupts sleep.
Blue light has the shortest wavelengths and are high energy which means that light gets scattered into other directions, causing haze and blur on screens which makes it difficult to focus. Digital eye strain and fatigue can happen when we spend too much time in front of digital screens without taking precautions.
Other precautions you can take to prevent digital eye strain include practicing the 20-20-20 rule (taking a break of at least 20 seconds, every 20 minutes by looking at least 20 feet into the distance). Keep your eye lubricated with eye drops, blink regularly and make sure you have a good set up when sitting in front of a computer screen.
Sitting at arm’s length from the screen can prevent eye strain, as can lowering your screen so that your eyes are not completely wide open. This can prevent tear evaporation and therefore dry eye. Adjusting your monitor settings can also help; make sure the brightness of your screen matches the brightness of your surroundings and that the text size and contrast is easy to read. You can also reduce blue light by changing the colour temperature on your monitor.
Lastly, you should adjust your room lighting so that there is proper lighting around your computer and that there is no shadowy areas or glare from lamps.
Contact lens wearers are more prone to irritation and dryness caused by spending too much time in front of digital devices. For this reason, qualified opticians at Feel Good Contacts recommend taking a break from contact lenses and switching to blue light glasses on some occasions. Silicone hydrogel contact lenses are also highly recommended as they allow more oxygen to reach the eye compared to standard hydrogel contact lenses. You can buy silicone hydrogel lenses for up to 50% cheaper than high street opticians at Feel Good Contacts.
Buying glasses with blue light lenses is quick, easy, and stress-free when you shop online at Feel Good Contacts. Simply browse their huge range of designer frames. They stock all the top-brands including Ray-Ban, Superdry, Gucci, Tommy Hilfiger and even their very own Feel Good Collection which is up to 40% cheaper than the high-street. Once you’ve chosen a frame to suit your face shape and lifestyle, simply click ‘Buy with Blue Light Lenses’ and choose what you will be using your glasses for, be it reading, distance, intermediate or non-prescription. Once you have chosen, all you need to do is enter your prescription or select ‘send later’ and then choose the lens package and coating you desire.
Not only can you get blue light lenses for as little as £29 at Feel Good Contacts, you’ll be pleased to know that these lenses also come with a free anti-scratch coating and also an anti-glare coating with 100% UVA and UVB protection. This extra coating will help to reduce unwanted reflections for enhanced comfort and contrast.
You can wear blue light glasses all day long, not just when in front of a computer but also throughout the day, especially if you are an avid smartphone user. However, it’s good to be aware that blue light glasses are not suitable for everyone. They come with a slight yellow tint and a blue reflection on the lenses and are therefore not the best choice for those who need to see colour precisely, such as graphic designers and architects.
Blue light glasses aren’t the only thing that can help with digital eye strain. Feel Good Contacts also stock a variety of eye care products to help combat symptoms of eye strain. For example, their comfi Eye Drops (which are exclusive to the brand) has been specially formulated for dry eyes caused by digital screens, air conditioning and wearing contact lenses. Another useful product which they stock is the Optase Moist Heat Mask. This eye mask is both soothing and hydrating and can be reused. It works as a hot or cold compress and is perfect for soothing dry eyes caused by digital screens.
No matter what your visual needs, shopping at Feel Good Contacts promises the best prices on your eye wear with contact lenses up to 50% cheaper than the high street and glasses and sunglasses up to 40% cheaper. You can visit their website to learn more about blue light glasses and the range of products which they have to offer.
David Tobin did his degree in psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He is interested in mental health, wellness, and lifestyle.
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