New York Times: Silicon Valley technologists DO NOT want their children to use the devices they make.

New York Times: Silicon Valley technologists DO NOT want their children to use the devices they make.

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.

The concern for our technological environment has been increasing since 2014 to a clear consensus that we are facing a very serious and complex issue that requires finding solutions.

In 2013-14, I was very concerned that for many people, some of them with a great curriculum, it was difficult to understand the seriousness of the situation. However nowadays, people are well informed and practically nobody doubts that it is essential to protect themselves from the blue light.

It is with frank curiosity that I wonder when executives who work in the technology manufacturing industry themselves prevent their children from using their products and yet, unfortunately, many users do not even consider the serious risks they run. The new technological society of our time needs a mature and serious critique away from the dogmas of faith in innovation.

Protecting our children from the risks that they are not aware of is an ongoing obligation of every generation. This problem does not only affect children, it also affects our visual system that is suffering seriously. If we want to maintain healthy eyes to be able to enjoy the future, which will surely be one of our most valued assets, we must put all the means at our disposal urgently for vision protection. Every day that we lose is a day lost against the future of our eye health.