GLARminŸ Tester is the answer to the question many of you ask: Which blue blockers should I buy. It is eyewear (see below – fits also over prescription glasses) with 8 interchangeable blue light filters. It is simple to use: Find the filter that works best for you. Next, consult this table to find the closest matching blue light filter. Finally, click on the product’s link in the table to go to the vendor’s site and purchase whichever blue blocker you are after: glasses, screen protectors, flip-ups, fit-overs…
This is to let you know that my review of MacuShield (MacuHealth) – macular pigment supplements with Meso-Zeaxanthin, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin, is now live.
I hope you find it useful.
The article on Best blue light filtering eye supplements is now available:
– Science shows that sufficient levels of Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and Meso-Zeaxanthin, i.e. our eye’s macular pigment (MP), are vital for optimal visual performance, visual comfort and protection of our central vision from photochemical damage
– MP is our natural blue light filter and anti-oxidant
– Since a typical diet rarely offsets the depletion of our macular pigment it makes a lot of sense to consider appropriate eye supplements
I tested Iris, an app focused on reducing computer vision syndrome (CVS). Read about how it compares to f.lux, the popular blue light filter app designed to reduce insomnia. f.lux and Iris filter blue light using the best, color transform approach. Against insomnia they are similar. Iris offers more for CVS.