Blue Light & the Downside of Digital
A Harvard University study determined that exposure to blue light at night negatively reduces melatonin levels; since it helps regulate circadian rhythms—our body’s natural sleep/wake cycle—additional screen-time before bedtime can disrupt this cycle, contributing to sleep deprivation, too. In children, whose eyes are not yet fully developed, and who are now using digital devices from a very young age, prolonged exposure over time is of particular concern.
SCREEN STAR: HOW EYEJUST WORKS
Developed over 2 years by eye care specialists, EyeJust’s four-layer technology filters out up to 80% of the harmful blue light emitted by your devices, to prevent its rays from penetrating deep within your eyes, where it can do real damage over time. In our eyes, that’s everything.