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The use of the provided Blue Light Glasses are optional. We provide these in order for your student-artist to avoid eye fatigue. The symptoms of digital eye strain are linked to how we use our digital devices not so much as to the blue light the comes from digital devises. Researchers agree that blue light from LED devices like smartphones or laptops hold back the body’s production of sleep-inducing melatonin. Blue light blocking glasses can aid in a better nights’ rest.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology also recommends taking these steps:
• Adjust your seat, or the position of your computer, so your eyes are about 25 inches from the screen. Position the screen so you’re gazing slightly downward.
• Use a matte screen filter on the screen to reduce glare.
• Use artificial tears when your eyes feel dry.
• Pay attention to the lighting in the room where you work. You might try increasing your screen contrast.
• If you wear contact lenses, give your eyes a break by wearing glasses now and then.
Adopted from www.webmd.com/eyehealth