Finding A Remedy For Digital Eye Strain
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Grant Eyezen; all thoughts and opinions are my own
Working as a blogger and influencer full time means I'm constantly on some form of digital device. Whether it's my laptop or iPhone, I spend most of my day staring at a screen and doing so over a prolonged period of time means I am more likely to experience digital eye strain. The surprising thing is that I'm definitely not alone in this. Most people spend at least 12 hours a day consuming media and nearly 60% of people use their smartphones before bed and right when they wake up. As a result, we are much more likely to suffer from eye strain because we spend so much time glued to our devices. There is hope though! Foster Grant Eyezen has created a line of non-prescription digital glasses that help relax your eyes and help fight “potentially harmful blue light” emitted from tech devices and the temporary effects of digital eye strain. I had the opportunity to collaborate with Foster Grant Eyezen and try out their new glasses, and the effects after a few weeks of use have been incredible!
When I say that I'm constantly plugged in, I'm not lying. From the moment I wake up to when I go to bed, I'm either on my phone or working on my computer. Spending so much time staring at a screen has definitely made my eyes a bit strained, sometimes to the point where I'd have to take a break for a few moments to give them some rest. It's simply not possible for me to not be on devices each day due to the fact that I work as a blogger full time, but luckily with these new glasses from Foster Grant Eyezen, I don't have to.
For the past few weeks I've been rocking the Nathan Glasses, and have noticed a huge difference in how my eyes feel after a lot of screen time. Usually when working, I notice that my eyes tend to squint a bit and feel tight after staring at the screen for a prolonged period of time. With these glasses though, my eyes feel more relaxed and normal, even after writing blog posts for 6 hours straight. The lenses, while not being prescription, still allow for everything to look crisp and clear, and the lenses don't cast a weird yellow tint to try to offset the blue light - instead, all lighting is neutral and bright. The best part? These glasses are super stylish (definitely a frame I would've picked out for prescription lenses), extremely comfortable to wear, and retail for a very affordable $34.99.
I highly recommend these glasses for fighting against digital eye strain, especially if you work on a computer every day. You might not think you really need glasses to help with this sort of thing, but surprisingly it only takes as little as 2 hours in front of a screen to cause digital eye strain so it's better to be safe than sorry. Luckily, if you're wanting to get a pair of the Foster Grant Eyezen Glasses, you can use code EYEZEN20 to receive 20% off (valid through 9/30/17).
Be honest - how many hours a day do you spend staring at a digital screen?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Grant Eyezen