Shenzhen, China -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/18/2014 -- T'aime Optics have launched a new category of blue light blocking glasses that have the capability to filter up to 97% of blue light. These glasses help in improving users' sleep quality and they are also suitable for computer working, people with eye diseases such as AMD and xerophthalmia, among others. The use of non-natural light and electronics especially at night largely affect people's quality of sleep. These new eyewear products have the capability to discharge blue wavelength that is responsible for tricking the brain that it is daytime when it is actually at night.
Most of the electronic devices and light bulbs that people use produce large amounts of blue light that is responsible for tricking people's brains and giving the impression that it is daytime when it is night. This is the basic problem that blue light blocking glasses solve thus eliminating sleeping problems.
Cataract patients and people with unique eye problems like xerophthalmia and AMD can use these glasses to improve their sleep. Those who have used these glasses were sleeping more at night, their sleep quality had improved, their daytime dysfunction as a result of sleepiness had decreased, and the number of poor sleepers had declined.
"Studies have shown that blue blocking glasses have improved sleep among cataract patients and decreased daytime dysfunction."
About T'aime Optics
T'aime Optics is a company that is specialized on eye health and vision care. The company is dedicated to manufacture eyewear products that allow their client to use technology devices such as electronic devices without having to create eye problems and other associated problems such as sleeping disorders. T'aime glasses are capable of filtering up to 98% of blue light that is emitted from a wide range of electronic devices such as computers, smartphones, LED light, TVs, iPads, etc. These glasses are uniquely designed to improve the experience of users and make them feel more comfortable.
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