Your social media habits are causing you to go blind!
Studies show if you spend more than three hours a day on your mobile phone,
Laptop, tablet, desktop computer, or TV you are at severe risk of doing damage to your eyes.
Top eye professionals in the United States note that prolonged use on these devices causes accelerated blindness,
permanent vision changes, cataracts, and macular degeneration, which is responsible for your center of vision.
The Block The Blue App makes spending time on your phone, laptop, tablet, computer and TV more enjoyable with less irritation, eye strain, and eye pain.
Blue light and sleep: Blue light from your devices interrupt your sleep cycle, as it tells your brain to wake-up, when it should be winding down, not allowing the body to rest.
Eye strain from your devices escalates to light sensitivity, chronic headaches, permanent vision changes, and cataracts. This effects 65-75% of users.
Blue light has been found to cause damage to the retina of your eye. This is called phytotoxicity. Damage depends on exposure time and wavelength. Studies show time on your devices from just minutes to hours is harmful. A filter that cuts blue light is helpful in reducing the risk of permanent and irreversible this damage to your eyes.
Almost all blue light passes through to the back of your retina. One study showed blue light triggered the release of toxic molecules in photoreceptor cells, which leads to age-related macular degeneration.
A Child's eye does not filter blue light as well as an adult's eye. Too much screen time has been shown to result in obesity, nearsightedness, and attention focusing problems.
Especially at night, blue light decreases the amount of melatonin produced by the body, which helps us sleep. Children should turn off their devices at least 30 minutes prior to their sleep time.
Rely on Block The Blue App to help relieve eye strain, redness, tired eyes, and fatigue, and give you a more relaxing experience on any device you enjoy using.
The Block The Blue App also offers red light therapy, which is very soothing to your eyes. Exposure to red or near infrared light can improve declining eyesight. Three minutes of exposure to red light early in the day, once a week can significantly improve declining eyesight.