Last Updated Oct 2020
Sunglasses – Ray-Bans
Having trouble looking interested when you’re not? Or maybe you feel bad for grey stoning in a conversation? Try out a sweet pair of Ray-Bans. Recently bought one for a close friend and he loves them. His previous sunglasses didn’t allow him to see his phone’s screen clearly, but these Ray-Bans have green lenses. “By absorbing 85% of visible light and blocking out most of the blue light, green lenses provide remarkable color contrast. G-15 green lenses ensure better clarity of vision and a more “natural vision”.
Ray-Ban – ~$150, but wait for a good sale
Save Your Eyeballs – Gunnar Optiks
Gimmick or backed by science? Most of us stare at screens all day, and it’s appealing to think glasses like this could help reduce eye strain, glare, and enhance focus. Plus with all the research on the importance of sleep, these type of glasses filter out the blue light that tells our brain to stay awake.
They say it’ll:
- Gunnar produces the only blue light blocking computer and Gaming glasses with Patented Lens (#9417460) Technology that is recommended by doctors to protect and enhance your vision.
- Gunnar developed the Blue Light Protection Factor, telling you exactly how much of the peak blue light spectrum (450nm) We’re blocking. Not all blue light glasses in the market protects you from the strongest high-energy visible light.
- Gunnar improves performance while viewing tablets, smartphones, TV & computers to reduce Digital Eye strain, fatigue and headaches.
I’ve used these glasses for over 1 year now, and the most profound benefit for me is the greater focus. I think it’s more of a habit that by putting on the glasses, it tells my brain it’s time to ignore the world and get down to work. For me, the less distractions there are, the more likely I can achieve a state of ‘flow.’ I figure if it also has the healthy side-effects it advertises, that’s just a bonus. Def worth a try.
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