What are prescription computer glasses?
Prescription computer glasses are prescription glasses designed to do computer work. They allow your eyes to focus on the computer screen, which is farther away than reading material would normally hold. These special glasses are designed to meet the visual needs of the movement.
How Prescription Computer Glasses Work?
Ordinary glasses and radiation-proof screens don't filter out high-energy short-wave blue light, which is most harmful to the eyes. Prescription computer glasses can eliminate the eye potential fever, headache, fatigue, dryness, and other adverse symptoms caused by electromagnetic radiation. It has different penetration and absorption functions to different light and can resist reflection and strong light, and the user feels clear and natural vision after wearing it. Prescription computer glasses can significantly reduce eye strain, prevent headaches and reduce neck/shoulder back fatigue because computer prescription lenses are designed to help you focus your position in the middle area of your computer screen so that the entire lens provides a clear view of your computer screen. These specialized prescription glasses will provide the most comfortable view of your computer screen, as the entire lens is dedicated to providing a clear vision for your middle area.
Who need computer glasses?
Blue light radiation from computer screens and so on usually only requires a piece of fiberglass to block, usually, we just use the anti-radiation glasses. Office white-collar workers often spend more than 8 hours a day working in front of a computer, and sometimes they spend their entertainment with a computer after going home. After long, the eye often can feel dry, sour bilge, ache, shed tears even, giddy. These are all related to the blue light stimulus emitted by the screen.
Who should wear blue light glasses?
Teenagers, middle-aged and old people need to wear blue light glasses. The lens of a teenager is clear, pure, and still developing. Their eyes are less resistant to blue light than adults and are more vulnerable to long-term exposure to blue light, which can promote the development of myopia. Teenagers study more nervous, free to love to play computer games, love to watch TV programs. Blue light damage can be said to be everywhere. As a result, teenagers are among the biggest victims of blue light. Macular degeneration is a common disease in the elderly, usually occurring after the age of 45, and the incidence increases with age. Blue light can accelerate the progression of macular degeneration, especially in patients following cataract surgery. Blue-blocking glasses are still the best preventative measure.