We all know how negative blue lights are to our health. It disrupts our sleeping patterns, gives us mood swings, hurts our vision, and many more. But have you ever thought about the sources of said lights? Where do they come from? What devices produce blue lights? How many blue light-emitting devices can you find in a simple household? What are they? Let us find out!
An average American spends an average of seven hours a day on digital devices, devices that emit blue lights. This is kind of alarming considering how dangerous it is to our health. What appliances or devices produce blue lights then? How often do we use those devices?
Blue Sources in an average household:
- LED (Light-emitting Diodes)
- Fluorescent Light Bulbs
- Computer screen and monitors
- Gaming console (PS4, XBOX, and others)
These aforementioned devices are only some of the devices that emit blue lights. Since we cannot simply avoid using them because they are now a part of our daily lives, we can at least minimize exposure to said lights. By installing an anti blue light screen protector, we can help ourselves block harmful lights that are being emitted by our phones. Install one now before it is too late!