Blue radiation

Nowadays we spend many hours in front of electronic devices with screens which emit a higher proportion of blue light than the sun, which is what our eyes are evolutionally adapted to. This excess of blue light is potentially harmful and must be appropriately filtered. If not appropriately filtered, it can cause visual tiredness and fatigue. It is also known that blue light , as well as cumulative phototoxic effects in the retina and crystalline lens.

How it affects our eyes

It is also known that blue light has an impact on the hormone that regulates sleep, melatonin; an excess of this blue light in the hours prior to sleep unbalances the natural cycle.

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