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Blue Light Blocking Glasses

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Studies show that over a period of time, constantly staring at a computer or television screen can cause some major eye issues!

In many cases, staring at a computer or television screen for too long can cause eye strain, which can be synonymous with blurry vision, trouble focusing at a distance, dry eyes, headaches or even neck, back and shoulder pain.

To combat these issues, these specially designed Blue Light Blocking Glasses, have been developed especially for you! They're designed to alleviate the stress and strain you put on your eyes and prevent any serious damage that could occur by blocking out the harmful blue light that our screens emit!

Now, you can protect your eyes and prevent any future issues without having to get off of your computer at home or work. You can even check your social media on your phone at night or play your favorite games online, etc. No more worries about eye damage or any of the adverse side effects attributed to these activities!

The Blue Light Blocking Glasses are Great glasses for young adults that enjoy spending extended periods of time gaming. These glasses help your eyes to better see the contrasts between colors, meaning you can spot your enemies even quicker. Even professional players use these glasses to give them a slight edge when playing against the very best!

We have so many styles to choose from! Whether you're working, using your phone, watching television or just sitting at home playing video games for fun, we've got multiple styles for your selection. There's a pair to fit your lifestyle and fashion sense, with two different lenses to pick from. Find a pair that suits you and your personality!

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