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Blue Blocking Glasses. Worth the hype or nah?

Updated: Mar 1, 2020

Worth the hype!

Blue light...

it's a thing.

It's good and bad.

It comes from the sun as well as all of our electronic devices.

The natural source of blue light that comes from the sun actually has significant benefits for the human body. It helps to regulate our sleep and wake cycles (circadian rhythm), improves cognitive function, boosts focus and alertness, and even improves our mood.

Artificial sources of blue light, however, can straight up donkey punch our brain into an irritable, sleepless state. Blue light from our computers, phones, and tablets can tremendously disrupt our sleep cycle and cause severe eye strain especially in the evening. When the sun goes down, the brain knows that it’s almost time to shut shit down. With all of the artificial blue light in our world, our brains get confused and are essentially getting the message that the sun is still up and we need to keep the brain hyperactive. Considering most of us are on our phones or watching television right up until we go to bed, it can easily be said that majority of us are not getting the sleep we need.

The main selling point I'd like to drive home for blue blocking glasses is SLEEP QUALITY!

SLEEP IS CRUCIAL! For athletic performance, fat loss, muscle gain, immune strength, and not murdering your family. You need quality sleep, people! Now, I could ask you to stop watching tv before bed and to not look at your phone when sun goes down… but we all know that ain’t happening.

So, if you’re like me and work on your computer all wee hours of the night or constantly check your IG to see if that cute guy DM’d you again, treat yourself to some blue blocking glasses.

I have two go-to brands of blue blocking glasses that I use and can say work incredibly well. Also, they don't make me look like a total dufus and that's a true win in my book.


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