Protect your eyes from harmful blue light with this Ocushield bundle

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Protect your eyes with these medically-approved anti-blue light glasses.
Block harmful blue light with these medically approved glasses and an iPhone screen protector.
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Staring at screens all day can cause headaches, eye irritation and even mess with your body’s sleep cycle. The secret to protecting your eyes and freeing yourself from screen fatigue is anti-blue-light glasses.

You can grab this highly rated Ocushield Anti Blue Light Screen Protector & Glasses Bundle on sale for $79.99 (regular price $89) and eliminate eye strain in the new year.

Rest easy with this blue light filter for your iPhone

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Don't let your phone keep you up with this blue light filter.
Slap a blue light filter on your iPhone to protect your precious ZZZs.
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The blue light coming from your iPhone might be the reason you struggle to get to sleep at night. Filter up to 90% of blue light with an Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector, available for up to 52% off for your iPhone 7/8, 11/XR, 7/8 Plus, SE, 11 Pro Max/XS Max, 12 mini and 12 Pro.

This blue-light-blocking screen shields and protects your eyes (and your phone!)

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this screen protector effectively blocks up to 90% of harmful blue light emissions
This accessory is a win-win for your iPhone and your peepers.
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It’s that time of year where you’re probably thinking of what well-intentioned resolutions you can make for the upcoming new year. Some might be a little easier to do than others — for example, meditating a few minutes every day — and some might be a little more challenging (like learning how to code). But if there’s one easy thing you can do to boost your wellness for the future, it’s using this handy Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector for iPhone. Trust us, your eyes (and, if you tend to drop your phone a lot, your device, too) will thank us for it.

Filter disruptive wavelengths from your phone’s screen [Deals]

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Block out disruptive blue light from your iPhone without turning the screen a weird shade of orange.
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Our eyes, minds and bodies are sensitive to light. Different wavelengths have different effects, just like the times of day they correspond to. So for all the hours we spend staring at our phones, it’s no surprise that it can make a real impact on our health.

Does Apple’s Night Shift mode really work? New study questions its effectiveness.

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The Night Shift mode on Apple products may not be worth the hype. Using dim, cooler lights in the evening may be more beneficial to our sleep and health.
The Night Shift mode on Apple products may not live up to the hype.
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Blue light from iPhones or MacBook Pros might not be keeping people up at night as originally thought, according to new research.

The bottom line … the Night Shift mode on Apple products — meant to dial down the amount of blue light emitted by displays — may not be as effective as expected. Using dim, cooler lights in the evening, and bright, warmer lights in the day might prove more beneficial to our health.

Glass screen protector for iPad Pro filters out harmful blue light

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Studies have shown that blue light can lead to harmful effects.
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CES 2019 bug There are plenty of screen protectors designed to keep your iPad safe from accidental bumps, but decidedly fewer that are designed to keep you safe from the harmful effects of high-energy visible (HEV) blue light.

That’s what Zagg’s newly announced InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard for iPad is intended to do. Shown off at CES 2019, the CES Innovation Awards Honoree is designed to filter out harmful blue light from your device screen.

iPhone to blame for insomniac teenagers

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Is your iPhone keeping you awake at night?
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iPhone-turns-10Have a teenager who’s always wide-awake at night? Blame their iPhone.

One sleep researcher says that smartphone addiction is proving an additional delay to sleep onset, meaning some kids are only getting six hours of sleep a night. The result is chronic tiredness and poor school performance.

Why you should use Night Shift mode in iOS 9.3

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Night Shift mode is a must in iOS 9.3.
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iOS 9.3 might not look like much of an upgrade, but there’s one feature you should definitely be excited about. It’s called Night Shift, and it makes using your iPhone or iPad before bed more comfortable, more enjoyable and healthier by banishing blue light.

Here’s why you should use it once iOS 9.3 becomes available.