As seen on the Daily Mail Home Page: Experts warn that screens from electronic devices could cause partial blindness

As seen on the Daily Mail Home Page: Experts warn that screens from electronic devices could cause partial blindness

The British newspaper Daily Mail, one of the largest news source in the world, has published an extensive article that has remained on the cover for more than a day. The article talks about Reticare, which is the first ocular protector for electronic devices, and the research and conclusions made by the Complutense University of Madrid by Dr. Celia Sánchez-Ramos.

We don’t know of any Spanish consumer technology company that has had such coverage in history.

The article is the result of extensive research done by its author, Jake Wallis, where he was able to verify the extraordinary effectiveness of Reticare. Mr. Wallis has a special sensitivity to light from electronic devices. Jake is one of those fortunate people who has a greater sensitivity in the visual system that alerts him of the risks this type of light has with various types of symptoms that are clearer and more intensive than with other users (most of which, are very minor symptoms, although the risk from the use of screens is similar).

Jake experienced all kinds of symptoms that prevented him from doing his work normally until he tried Reticare. When he tried Reticare as he describes in his article most of the symptoms disappeared. He was able to see for himself the great comfort that Reticare provide.

In the article, not only Dr. Sanchez-Ramos talks about the potential risk of partial blindness. Daniel Hardiman-McCartney, clinical adviser to the College of Optometrists says it has already been proven that excessive short-wavelength light kills the cells of the retina; so it seems quite reasonable that it may cause macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. This doctor also fines Reticare of great interest.

We must not forget that although all users should be protected from light emitted from screens of smartphones, tablets and computers, etc., children are the ones who are more likely to lack the protection that develops with age.