a whitepaper created by clinicians
Is blue light damaging your eyes?
Blue light is all around us, especially in the things we like doing the most - such as watching TV or looking at our phones. Over the past few years, blue light has been gaining more coverage in the press. We've all heard the phrase 'text neck' but with screens, there is more damage being done behind the scenes.
With blue light naturally occurring in the sun and artificially in lighting and digital devices, it's important to understand the difference between helpful blue and harmful blue. But what are the impacts of blue light on your eyes and how can you protect yourself?
This report has been created to help you understand the science behind blue light, and why it is a rising concern across the globe.
Included is an overview of what blue light is, where it can be found, how it impacts the body and ways to protect yourself. Once you read this, you'll be the expert in all things blue light.
Our white paper breaks down the full blue light problem with research-backed citations and literature. As a concerned consumer (version 1) or as an academic (version 2) this will help you open your eyes (no pun intended).