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Studies show that overuse of Cell Phones have caused significant eye and vision problems, in addition to other physical, medical and mental health disorders. The concept for EyeRester glasses was developed by Neuro & Pediatric Optometrist and former Professor Dr. Harlington L. Hanna Jr. in 2016. EyeRester Glasses have now been implemented by the EyeVisionNet Network to afford their affiliated eye doctors an important adjunct treatment for the significant problems caused by CellPhone Visual Abuse Syndrome (CVAS).
1. See the full range of potential problems caused by CVAS
2. Take a quick and easy Eye/Vision Screening for CVAS
3. Get their questions personally answered by our expert Doctors
4. Purchase a pair of EyeRester lenses properly fitted in selected Fashion Designer Frames for one standard fee of $59
BLUE LIGHT IS EVERYWHERE - IS IT GOOD OR BAD?
Blue light is part of the visible light spectrum. It comes from the sun and also exists in artificial light exposed by television, cell phone and other mobile devices. Some types of blue light are beneficial for human body, regulating our biological clocks. However, too much blue light, especially from screen devices such as retina screen, is harmful for our eyes. Blue light may also trigger macular degeneration—an age-related eye disease. Therefore, it has been extremely significant for frequent users of digital devices to protect themselves against blue light on a regular basis.
SOURCES OF BLUE LIGHT
Sources of blue light include the sun, digital screens (TVs, computers, laptops, smart phones and tablets), electronic devices, and LED lighting & fluorescent. Most of us spend the majority of our waking hours staring at a digital screen. Studies suggest that 60% of people spend more than 6 hours a day in front of a digital device.
HOW DO BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING LENSES WORK?
To achieve a balance between the convenience technology brings and the harm it causes, the lenses apply core technology that improves the efficiency by protecting eyes from blue light. The lenses may use several refractive indexes, including UV protection, anti-reflective and extra hardness qualities.