Which Couling Sleep Blue Light Glasses Style Is Right For You? This is a question we get frequently, and for good reason. We offer various styles. Each style is different and is recommended for specific uses and times during the day and night. Since the inception of our company it was very important to us to offer the best blue light glasses options available. When we introduce a style, there are very specific requirements we take into consideration...Read More
Will blue light blocking glasses help with eye strain?
The short answer is yes. The longer answer is it depends on the type of blue light blocking glasses.
Over the past few years, blue light blocking glasses have become very popular, and for good reason. Quality ones, with modern day lens technology work extremely well for stopping artificial light and digital eye strain.
Couling Sleep Blue Light Blocking Glasses Are Now Available At Eye-Bar In Sherwood Park
Sleep is a naturally recurring state of mind and body that is vitally important for restoring and maintaining many extremely important processes including immunity, cognitive function, restoration, memory and mood.
Learn how to help yourself sleep better at night by incorporating these 11 practices into your day and night routine.
Melatonin is the hormone in your brain that regulates the natural wake-sleep cycle and is commonly referred to as the circadian rhythm. The body's ability to produce it is dependent on the detection of light and dark. As the day turns to night, and the sun disappears, the body switches to evening mode and eventually sleep sets in.
There is a lot of research, interest and real life experience on the effectiveness of wearing blue light glasses for reducing eye strain and helping to increase the body's natural production of the sleep hormone melatonin when worn 2 hours before bedtime.