After months of staying home and practicing social distancing, it was only inevitable that my screen time was going to go up. I hate to admit it, but some days, I merely rotate between looking at my laptop screen for work, looking at my phone screen as a diversion, and back at my laptop again as I drift off to sleep watching a TV show. No surprise, then, to discover that my screen time had jumped more than 30% (and climbing ever higher). Not great, I know, so I decided it's finally time to do something about it and that something is to invest in a pair of anti-blue-light glasses.
You've probably heard your friends and coworkers talking about them or sporting a pair of blue-light glasses. It seems like they're garnering a good bit of buzz lately, and after learning that blue light can cause things like headache, dizziness, fatigue, and loss of focus I can understand why.
According to one study, 6 in 10 adults said they felt digital eye strain after just two hours of looking at a screen, and with this new work-from-home lifestyle, that number is more like 10 for me. In other words, I need all the help I can get. So to get started, I searched the internet high and low and found the best blue-light glasses that are effective and stylish enough to wear all day, too.
Well, these look fun.
A bold pair like this makes a cool statement no matter what you wear it with.
Why not invest in a designer pair as chic as these? If you plan to wear them every day, then you're looking at a pretty low cost per wear. Just saying.
This shape is both classic and unique.
If they're good enough for Chrissy Teigen…
Try pink frames like these for a softer look.
An aviator shape will always look cool.
Clear frames are the unexpected choice, and that's why we're into them.
I'm way into the retro look these give off.
Blue-light glasses that mean business.
Can't go wrong with tortoiseshell.
For when you can't decide on a frame color.
These will go so well with all those neutral outfits.
These have rave reviews on Amazon and come in a number of color options.
Speaking of glasses, these are the sunglasses trends that are in and out for summer 2020.