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What is blue light? 

Sunlight is made up of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet light.

 

When combined, it becomes the white light we see.

 

Each color has a different energy and wavelength. Blue rays have shorter wavelengths and more energy. Light that looks white can have a large blue component, which can expose the eye to a higher amount of wavelength from the blue end of the spectrum. 

Why should I worry?

Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) is caused or made worse by the accumulation of exposure to Full-Spectrum, UV and Blue Light throughout your lifetime.  

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The damage done by this accumulation of light exposure is the leading cause of vision loss throughout the world.

There are some important steps that you can take to slow down or even stop the progress of these conditions.  

Exercising, quit smoking and wearing protective sunglasses can help.  Just as important is your intake of nutrients that support your eyes can play an important role in your overall and long-term eye health.

Studies have shown that supplying your eyes with lipophilic antioxidant carotenoids such as Astaxanthin, Zeaxanthin and Lutein are some of the most effective measures you can take to help preserve your vision and reduce degeneration.

Three of the most comprehensive eyecare studies covering thousands of patients have shown that that Astaxanthin, Zeaxanthin and Lutein all cross the blood-brain barrier in order to support and optimize eye health.

 

These important carotenoids are also shown to improve macular pigment density while reducing oxidative stress to the eyes and protecting the retina against light-induced damage.

 

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Where are your eyes exposed to Blue Light?

Pending on the time spent, it would be in this order:

  • Computer monitors, smart phones, and tablet screens

  • Fluorescent light

  • Flat screen LED Televisions

  • CFL (compact fluorescent light bulbs)

  • LED Light

How does blue light affect the eye?

Early research stats that too much exposure to blue light could lead to Macula, Retina and Optic Nerve. 

Retina damage: Studies suggest that continued exposure to blue light over time could lead to damaged cells.  Vision disease called age-related macular degeneration, mentioned above, can be a vision problem as you age. 

 

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