Blue Light Blocking Lenses

If you look at digital screens a lot, it may begin to affect your eyes. Many jobs today require people to be in front of a computer screen almost constantly. This amount of screen time can cause a number of side effects. It's common for people with this lifestyle to have dry eyes, eye irritation, eye strain, watery eyes, and eye fatigue among other problems. These symptoms often mean that you have computer vision syndrome. This syndrome can have a lot of effects on your daily life. 

The best way to take care of this condition is to prevent it in the first place. You can use blue light blocking lenses to stop the blue light from entering your eyes. These glasses protect your eyes from a type of light that can be harmful to your eyes and to your quality of life. When you need to see an optometrist and want to try blue light blocking lenses, call our Clarkston, MI, office to see an “eye doctor near me.” If you're having problems with your eyes, get an optometrist for your eye care. We at Spadafora & Zak Eye Care are here to help.

Blue Light Blocking Lenses

Circadian Rhythms

Your body has a natural rhythm to it that tells you when to sleep and when to wake up. These natural rhythms are called circadian rhythms. They can be affected by various lifestyle choices. Your diet and other aspects of your life can change your rhythms so that you are unable to sleep when you need to. Blue light is one of the factors that can affect your sleep and your rhythms. When you don't get a good night's sleep, the rest of your day can be difficult. A lack of sleep is bad for many aspects of your health, so it's important to wear blue light blocking glasses. They keep blue light out so that your rhythms can get back to what they need to be. If you wear contacts, you can get these glasses without your prescription so that you can wear your contacts at the same time. 

Visit an Optometrist on Our Team

If you want to treat your insomnia so that you sleep better and feel better, you may need to see an “eye doctor near me.” Whether you wear glasses or contacts, an optometrist on our team can help you with getting the right blue light blocking lenses to help you. Get your eye care at our Clarkston, MI, office. Call us at (248) 922-1862 for Spadafora & Zak Eye Care.


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