Why too much blue light from your screens can be harmful

The blue light emitted from our screens can strain our eyes and make them dry. — 123rf.com

Blue light exposure has become a hot topic due to the amount of time that we spend in front of a digital screen every day.

Recent research indicates that adults spend an average of more than 12 hours a day in front of our smartphones, tablets, TVs and computers (and that doesn’t include usage during the MCO!).

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