Today I want to tell you all about some of the major reasons you should wear blue light glasses. We've recently developed brand new clear blue blockers called Kino Vision glasses - https://www.truthnutra.com/kino-vision
Kino Glasses are a more stylish and well-developed alternative to other blue blocking glasses options out there like Swanwick glasses and Gunnar Optiks.
You should wear blue light glasses if you have issues with eye strain, computer vision syndrome, digital eye strain, and even insomnia.
The blue light from all of our modern day devices puts a massive strain on the eyes and disrupts the circadian rhythm.
The Brand-New Health Discovery That Protects Your Eyes From Toxic Light
Until recently, little was known about the dangerous effects of blue light on the human body.
Because it wasn’t until the last decade or two that we’ve made a deliberate (nasty) habit out of constantly exposing ourselves to excessive levels of blue light radiating out of our laptops, iPads, smartphones, and energy-efficient light bulbs - all potent sources of this “toxic” light wavelength.
This constant exposure to blue light takes a major toll on the human body, from deteriorating vision, to hormonal imbalance, to poor ability to fall - and stay asleep - due to the insidious shifting of natural circadian rhythms, constant blue light exposure puts the body into a state of stress, and declining health is the result.
According to a recent publication by Harvard Medical School, blue light exposure, especially at night, suppresses natural melatonin production twice as much as light on other wavelengths, such as green light.
What's more, blue light massively interfered with circadian rhythms by shifting an average of three hours!
(Imagine not being able to fall asleep for 3 hours after you lay down in bed for the night...)
No wonder so many people are having trouble with insomnia & low energy these days!
If your eyes feel tired after a long day at the office, or after sitting watching TV for the evening, or from spending every 15 minutes on your phone checking Instagram and Facebook notifications, then you may be experiencing visual deterioration - and its direct hormonal and circadian side effects - due to this blue light exposure.
With all this talk about blue light, you might still be wondering...
What Is Blue Light?
Before we get into exactly what blue light IS... We should probably mention a few things:
Blue light is a component of visible light and we are exposed to it without realizing it.
Blue light is not easily filtered by our eyes and overexposure can negatively impact vision.
Nearly every source of light—whether natural or artificial —emits blue light. Your eyes are exposed to it all day long, both indoors and out. Some blue light is healthy, but overexposure can lead to long-term damage.
A significant source of blue light is everyday technology, including phones, TVs, tablets and computers.
Benefits of Blocking Blue Light
Sleep more soundly, and fall asleep faster
Improve metabolism (increase efficiency of mitochondria production)
Elevate your mood
Burn more through improved metabolic function and hormonal balance via sleep
Boost Energy naturally
Increase night time secretion of T, GH
Lower stress hormones naturally
Improve focus & mental clarity
Increase visual acuity and sharpness
How To Safely, Affordably Limit Your Daily Exposure To Unnatural Levels Of Blue Light
As we became more and more aware of the negative effects of blue light exposure on our bodies, we decided to look deeper into how we could effectively block most of it on a daily basis.
The first idea was to use apps like f.lux on our computer screens to limit the amount of blue light emitted from the screen in general. This was cool for a while, but it didn’t limit our exposure to any OTHER blue light coming from our office lights, phones, or TVs…
We also didn’t want to stare at red screens all day.
There had to be another way…
Then came the idea for glasses. "Perfect," we thought, since blue light exposure is mainly felt via the eyes.
But when we looked around the blue light blocking glasses options, and realized everything looked nerdy as heck!
As a couple of young entrepreneurs with social lives, we love to go out to eat, go to fun parties with friends, and whenever we’re out in public we need to make sure we look not just presentable, but “cool” (or at least we think we look cool ;).
And those nerdy red glasses were NOT going to cut it. To each his own, but the first time we saw those, we knew were not going to be going out in public wearing them, that’s for sure.
You can find a pair of Swanwick glasses alternatives called Kino Vision kinobody glasses here - https://www.truthnutra.com/kino-vision
Twice in the last 4-5 years I have gotten "iritis", a painful eye condition that requires super expensive steroid eye drops. Both times I had curiously taken supplements that didn't appear to agree with me, but that also coincided with long, long time periods on the laptop at night. Blue light is definitely a big problem. Chris isn't exaggerating as another comment I'm reading suggested. Fullerton Informer did a really good video about this topic if he isn't too hardcore conspiracy theorist for you lol.
Bullshit , human eye naturally filters blue light , and to avoid excessive blue light every smartphone and labtop now have a built in feature to simply not display blue light . ( In apple its called Night shift mode ) Scientist suggests you turn that mode on at 9PM
Can’t you just use night shift? Also hasn’t the blue light hypothesis been disproven? Also side note you claim to be able to reverse and block hair loss but your hair is visibly thinning. No offence to you it just seems like there’s some inconsistency here.
Yep he seems like a nice guy. But I've seen some of the studies on blue light, and they're far from conclusive, and they are always attached to those researching a solution, almost as though they were looking for a problem to commercialise! I'm certain staring at screens and our screen based culture isn't that great for numerous reasons, but you can't make a claim without having proof to back it up. Even legally. He's making a health claim for a product, and unless he has actual documentary evidence he's in lawsuit territory and may even be falling foul of the FDA for making bogus health claims! I'm all for people buying whatever they like, but that doesn't give you the right to commit essentially fraud and false advertising.
That's why I was asking in another comment thread where were his sources for his claims, he can't just claim this or that is beneficial or not without proving it ! I think this is the end of this dude reliability.
also download f.lux
its an addon that decreases blue light from devices depending on daytime/how strong u want it to be reduced (but it looks fonkey if u have it on the highest setting all the time lol....if it gradually decreases u will just barely notice it)
Not junk science. I’ve had the blue light film on my reading glasses. I can’t watch tv ,use my phone, iPad , anything without it now. Love my optometrist for suggesting them. It makes a word of difference.
Ya I'm not one for killing off other people's business and I normally love your videos but I literally have a blue light filter option in my settings that I turned on since I've had this galaxy s9. It was also an option with the s8 and I had it on the entire time with that phone as well
My statements are just common sense and I've already justified them. But here we go again:
1/ If you claim something you got to back it up with strong sources if you want to be reliable, that's common sense.
2/ Advertisements aren't about spreading the truth but selling products.
3/ I'm ok with the current assesment telling blulights are bad, I'm not criticizing the informations in itselves but the method used to sell this product. I'm not ok with making a video only to sell a product.
But you seem to be a little short in term of arguments to keep continuing saying that I'm wrong, sometimes you must admit you are wrong there's no shame in that.
I know you like the guy but sometimes you got to make a step back to see the big picture regardless of your affection for the man.
He is most likely reliable but he must back up any claims he puts up with sources or else he will slowly turn into a snake oil salesman ans that would be a shame.
And for the last time: yes viewers must also look up to verify the claims and for that they do need the sources provided by the videomaker and not the other way around, that's a basic scientific procedure if you claim something you got to be able to put up evidences that you are right or at the very least on how you got to those conclusions.
I do agree with you but where are the sources ? In order to be trustful you need to put backed up researches on the table, it's not enough to say "oh look that thing is dangereous don't ask why, just look at those big and scary oranges banners".
Or else anything you will say has basically zero value, and people will trust you solely based on authority cognitive bias which is both stupid and unresponsible.
Put a little more work in your videos, back your claims up with some researches and it will be for the best for everyone watching this channel. You guys do have a responsability towards your viewers who often buy products just because you claimed it was good for them, in this particular case it's not a big deal and in all honesty you're right (because I did some previous researches) but it could be dangerous for other products, such has things they will ingest who might be harmful.
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