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Blue light lenses

Learn more about the effects of blue light and how to reduce exposure to your eyes.

Why blue light matters

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Did you know?

The average person spends 7.4 hours per day using digital devices1

Effects of blue light and sleep

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During the day, natural blue light helps our bodies remain attentive and in good spirits by suppressing the secretion of melatonin.

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But at night our melatonin levels rise and prepare us for sleep.

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With increased exposure to artificial lighting and digital screens, artificial blue light may disrupt our natural sleep patterns.

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Your vision benefits

We know that blue light is part of your everyday life, so EyeMed vision benefits now offer blue light filtering technology options in your next pair of prescription glasses.

This means your eyes can stay protected for as little as $15*. It’s a small price to pay for peace of mind.

Log into member web now to learn more about your benefits.

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Check out these tips from Pearle Vision on how to take care of your eyes during screen time

*In addition to the cost of any applicable material up-charge based on your frame and lens selection

1 - American Time Use Survey Summary, Bureau of Labor Statistics. United States Department of Labor. June 24, 2016.