Enhance Your Screen Time with Computer Glasses

There are many reasons to wear computer glasses. If you spend a lot of time staring at screens, they can protect your eyes from the glare and help prevent headaches, eye strain, dryness or redness. They can even reduce eye fatigue and improve productivity by allowing you to focus more clearly on the screen and less on how tired your eyes are feeling.

What are computer glasses?

Computer glasses are prescription glasses with a blue light filter that reduce eye strain and improve visual comfort when using a computer. They are not sunglasses, but they can be used in the same way.

Computer prescription glasses work by blocking out short-wavelength (blue) light from digital devices, which prevents your eyes from being exposed to these potentially harmful rays. This is particularly helpful if you spend most of your time in front of screens like laptops or smartphones, as this type of exposure has been linked to age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Your doctor may recommend that you get computer lenses if he/she believes they would help improve your vision while working on a computer screen at home or at work. It’s important to note that while some people only need them during certain tasks such as reading email emails or surfing Facebook newsfeeds others find themselves needing them more often throughout their days due to prolonged periods spent staring at digital screens without taking breaks away from them every now then like taking walks outside into nature where there aren’t any sources emitting blue light nearby.”

How do computer glasses work?

The way computer glasses work is pretty simple: they block blue light. Blue light can damage your eyes, so blocking it is a good thing! Blue light causes eye strain, headaches and insomnia by disrupting the body’s circadian rhythm (your internal clock). It also increases oxidative stress in the body, which may lead to macular degeneration or cataracts over time. Some studies even suggest that exposure to high amounts of blue light might increase your risk of certain types of cancer like breast cancer in women and prostate cancer in men.

Can I use contact lenses with my computer glasses?

Contact lenses are not recommended for computer glasses. The blue light from your screen can damage your contact lenses and cause dry eye, which leads to increased fatigue and blurry vision. In addition, the constant strain on your eyes may also cause headaches or eye strain that can interfere with your ability to wear contacts comfortably.

If you’re thinking about getting a pair of computer reading glasses but don’t want to sacrifice the convenience of wearing contacts, there are several options available:

  • Try wearing both at once (and hope they don’t fall out!)
  • Use prescription glasses instead of contact lenses when using computers
  • Make sure that whatever type of lens fits best on top of the computer screen so it doesn’t cover up any important information

Which computer glasses are right for you?

Computer glasses are available in different styles, colours and materials. You can find them in different sizes, too–whether you have a prescription or not!

If you’re looking for computer glasses with a low price point that won’t break the bank, we recommend our Classic Collection. These frames are made from lightweight metal alloy and come with scratch-resistant lenses. They have an anti-reflective coating on both sides of the lens to reduce glare from light sources behind or reflected off of your screen.

If you prefer something more modern-looking (and stylish), check out our Designer Collection where we offer several different styles of sunglasses with progressive lens technology designed specifically for use at computers or other electronic devices like tablets and smartphones.

Who wears computer glasses and why?

If you’re a computer user, the chances are good that you’ve been wearing the same pair of glasses for years. You probably don’t even think about it. But if you’re like most people who work at computers all day, or spend a lot of time on their devices, then your eyes may be getting tired and strained–even if they don’t feel sore or irritated yet.

Computer glasses can help protect your eyes from strain caused by staring at screens all day long. They reduce glare, improve contrast and make colours appear sharper so that everything looks better on-screen (including your favourite movies). Plus, they’re affordable: many brands sell them for less than $100!

Why do you need to wear computer glasses even when you don’t have vision issues?

Blue light is emitted by computer screens, tablets and smartphones. Blue light can cause eye strain, fatigue and headaches. Computer glasses block this harmful blue light to protect your eyes while you’re on the computer or using your phone.

Computer glasses also help you see better at a distance. The lenses in these types of glasses have a special coating that enhances sharpness by reducing glare from bright lights such as sunlight reflecting off of water or snow; this makes them ideal for driving conditions where there may be lots of glare from headlights in front of you that would otherwise make it difficult for you to see clearly enough on the road ahead!


The benefits of computer glasses are clear. They can help reduce eye strain and fatigue, which can lead to headaches and migraines. If you wear contacts or have presbyopia, computer glasses are also a great solution for seeing clearly at close distances without compromising your distance vision with lenses that aren’t designed specifically for this purpose. Computer glasses are also useful if you spend most of your time staring at screens–whether they’re computers or TVs–as they’ll protect your eyes from the harmful rays emitted by these devices (which is especially important if you have an older model).

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