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What are the best blue light blocking glasses? Here I review which blue light glasses to look for and my favorites for every budget. *** Check out the full series to learn more about blue light:

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Time Stamps for this video

0:38 – Blue Light Glasses Test
0:50 – Wavelengths of Blue Light
2:57 – Oiamik Blue Light Glasses
5:17 – Exyra Blue Light Glasses
6:02 – Felix Gray & Pixel Blue Light Glasses
7:05 – Gunnar Optiks Review
8:00 – THL Sleep Blue Blocking Glasses
9:03 – Bluelight blocking tech for prescription eyeglasses
9:27 – Crizal Prevencia
12:17 – BluTech Glasses

Main points of this video:

When searching to purchase blue light blocking glasses pay attention to what wavelength of light is blocked.
380-450nm of light is high energy light (retinal metabolism)
450-500nm of light is the peak range that affects the sleep cycle.
Digital Screens peak around 455nm for most devices

If you wear prescription lenses, the best quality of anti blue light glasses are found from your local optical.

DISCLAIMER: This video is NOT sponsored, but some of these links are affiliate links and/or coupon codes where I may earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you. Some of the glasses in this video were given to me as a gift.

Budget options: Oiamik Anti Blue Light Glasses
blocks between 35-80% 400-450nm (varies between sources)

Higher Quality Blue Blockers

Exyra – Blocks ~80% 380-440nm and ~10% 440-500
Save 15% with

Felix Gray
Clear and Sleep Lens options

Pixel
Clear and Amber Lens options
Save with Coupon Code “DoctorEyeHealth5”

Gunnar Optiks Gaming Glasses and Computer Glasses
Blocking at 450nm depends on the lens

THL Sleep – Blocks ~98% between 380-500nm

Optical Quality Blue Blocking Options
*** be sure to ask your local optician about the products they carry ***

Crizal Prevencia – Blocks ~25% between 415-450nm
Transitions Lenses (block ~20% indoors and ~85% outdoors)
Kodak Total Blue – Blocks ~80% between 400-450nm
(I suspect it blocks more but I don’t have the full info)
BlueTech – Blocks ~50% at 455nm (depends on the lens)

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About this video: If you have been experiencing increased eye strain from being on digital devices, then looking into bluelight glasses could be a source of eye strain relief. There are many anti blue light glasses on the market and it can be difficult to compare apples to oranges. In this video, Joseph J. Allen, OD FAAO reviews the best blue light glasses and what features you should look for in 2020.