I considered blue light filtering for my glasses, but they are already expensive because I needed two pairs (one indoor, and shades for outdoors) of progressive lenses (three prescriptions--near, far, and in between--built into the lenses) with coatings to prevent glare, etc.Thanks I use blue light filtering on screens but I heard I can get glasses too .. I'm v long sighted and so am waiting for opticians to come to my house for check up ...maybe I can get filtering put into my glasses ?
What have u used please ?
My screen filters were obtained from ocushield.com. It works well for my screens and doesn't darken them a lot. The company makes clip-on lenses that can be applied over prescription glasses, but I haven't tried those. Even with the blue light filter I still have to avoid looking at bright white areas on my monitor, so I use dark mode on everything and turn the brightness down when I have to use word processors.
Also, I also use Nanoleaf Essentials A19 bulbs in my lights. These let me drop the brightness of my lamps and change the color... green seems to hurt the least.