Blue Light, Is It Bad For Your Eyes?

Energy and wavelength play a large part in the place that visible light plays in the average person’s life. The average human eye has a high disposition to exposure to blue light. The average human eye is not very efficient at blocking blue light, which may lead to the formation of cataracts and other retinal diseases. Blue light mostly originates from LED light, computer monitors, and flat screen TV’s. In comparison to the light from the sun, the blue light from electronics is relatively insignificant. But blue light is the leading source of digital eyestrain. Digital eye strain is a common center of fatigue, and symptoms of fatigue. Keep in mind that blue light is the most common form transmitted by cellphones and is very toxic for the human eye. This may lead to dry and/or irritated eyes as well as discomfort. Keep in mind that blue light is the most common form transmitted by cellphones and is very toxic for the human eye.
 
Many experts are adamant in exploring the idea that blue light is far more beneficial than detrimental. The main argument being that blue light isn’t the direct cause of pre-mature blindness. Blue light may be an anchor that initiates basic human function, as the human body is so used to it. Blue light initiates parts of the brain that aren’t stimulated by any other type of light, the effect that blue light has on the brain is irreplaceable and serves as a great benefit to our life with the amount of technology we come into contact with.