It is proved that…

So its is urgent and necessary, protect them right now

It depends on our present and future eye health, and also for our children, exposed at an earlier age

 

 

 

 

Get Reticare now for only € 12.95*. FREE SHIPPING for orders above 49,90€ (Spain: Peninsula and Balearic Islands).

Smartphones and video game consoles: €12.95. Digital tablets: €18.95. Desktop and laptop computers: from €31,95.

 

 

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Reticare in the European Researchers' Night in Madrid

Reticare in the European Researchers' Night in Madrid

September 2014. Reticare, the first ocular protector for smartphones, tablets and computers screens, participated in the European Researchers' Night 2014 held at the Telefónica Foundation premises in the Gran Via in Madrid on September 26, 2014.

Devices giving children digital eye strain

Devices giving children digital eye strain

Research from the American Optometric Association finds that 80 percent of children surveyed experiencing burning, itchy or tired eyes after using electronic devices. It's a problem known as digital eye strain and it's a real issue parents need to monitor and be aware of.

Reticare, the first eye protection for screens celebrates its first year

Reticare, the first eye protection for screens celebrates its first year

It was back on September 9, 2013, when Reticare was globally launched in Madrid, London and Berlin. It is the world’s first eye protection for mobile telephone, tablet and hand-held video game console screens that reduces the damage caused to the retina by the light emitted by such devices.

The event was covered by 12 TV channels and more than 80 journalists and had a wide media impact.

Reticare was put on the market after 12 years of research carried out by the Complutense University of Madrid. More than 100 researchers, over 1,500 employees, 25 public and private institutions and 120 scientific studies were necessary to create a product that has already been widely recognised, nationally and internationally. 

Blue light from electronics disturbs sleep, especially for teenagers

Blue light from electronics disturbs sleep, especially for teenagers

The pervasive glow of electronic devices may be an impediment to a good night’s sleep. That’s particularly noticeable now, when families are adjusting to early wake-up times for school. Teenagers can find it especially hard to get started in the morning. For nocturnal animals, it spurs activity. For daytime species such as humans, melatonin signals that it’s time to sleep.

As lamps switch off in teens’ bedrooms across America, the lights from their computer screens, smartphones and tablets often stay on throughout the night. These devices emit light of all colors, but it’s the blues in particular that pose a danger to sleep. Blue light is especially good at preventing the release of melatonin, a hormone associated with nighttime.

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