Since the 2013 results of the presentations by the scientific team of University Complutense of Madrid (UCM), it has been well known that the light emitted from device screens can cause serious damage to our vision.
Studies show that the color of the skin is also determinant for the risk of central blindness. Statistical data from the US Health Institute indicate that the race who suffers the highest risk of macular degeneration is white, multiplying almost three times over all other races.
The closer you are to something, the better you know it. In my case, my family I use Reticare on all of our screens. In addition, my children follow a limited time to use screens, a maximum of two hours a day.
Lately, more and more people at a younger age with eye diseases seem to be on the rise. Previously, eye diseases that have begun at ages around 70-80 year olds now are being reported to begin among 40-50 year olds.
This is how powerful the title of the article is in The Ophtalmologist, one of the most prestigious journals in the ophthalmological world, that refers to the latest experiments from the University of Toledo (UT-Ohio), demonstrating the connection between the blue light emitted by screens and the risks of permanent blindness.
Reticare is the only scientifically proven ocular protector, globally designed and patented to absorb the visible high energy blue light emitted from smartphones, tablets, laptops and computer monitors. Its development is based on more than 15 years of investigations by prestigious experts in optics from the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM), in cooperation with specialists from consumer electronics and mobile technology During the current digital era, the high level of exposure to this type of light increases symptoms of visual fatigue and involves important medium and long-term ocular risks. As a solution to these serious global visual health problems, Reticare was created.
Digital Screens May Cause Long-Term Eye Damage, Study Says
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