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You can always tell what the tech world feels is “the next big thing” by what you see those companies roll out during the giant annual Consumer Electronics Show. While the show itself is a virtual-only affair in 2021, one area that showed remarkable traction with manufacturers was a drive to address the harmful effects of blue light-emitting devices.

During the COVID pandemic, studies showed an expected rise in screen time across all devices as most work and social activities all concentrated down to a video display. Some users are even logging up to 13 hours a day with their devices. To combat all that blue light exposure, CES attendees unveiled a variety of new products designed to limit blue light exposure, from new gaming laptops, tablets, and even TV screens engineered to emit less harmful blue light.

But as with any new products at CES, it’ll take a while for that new tech to get into consumer hands. So until then, old school methods are still the best way to protect yourself from excessive blue light exposure, like these unisex blue light UV blocking glasses.

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Glasses like these help prevent eye fatigue, redness, and dryness; as well as reduce eye strain and help avoid headaches so you can enjoy a restful deeper sleep.

While the glass lens themselves have a slightly yellowish tinge to them, it doesn’t impact how you view your screen. Users report no discernable difference in visual quality between looking at a screen unshielded and with these glasses. Well, expect for the lack of irritation and ultimately pain that too much blue light can cause.

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