Avoid the Blue Light Blues

Resources to educate your patients on blue light exposure



Subject Line: Are your eyes putting in overtime?

Today’s world runs on digital. From the living room to the board room, we rely on our devices to stay informed, connect with others, attend classes and in many cases, earn a living. Mobile devices and computers deliver countless benefits. However, they can also have an unpleasant side effect – more exposure to blue light. 

When blue light enters your eyes, it scatters causing your eyes to have to work harder to focus the scattered light. In other words, your eyes are putting in overtime daily which may contribute to digital eye strain and not-so-fun symptoms like headaches, blurred vision and dry eyes. 

Call our office today to learn ways to help defend your eyes.

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