Blue Light: How It Affects Us and How to Filter It

By November 11, 2019 November 27th, 2019 Blog
Blue Light: How It Affects Us and How to Filter It

Working in front of a computer for hours a day has its effects on your eyes and brain.

All screens, whether it be a computer monitor or smartphone, emit blue light which prevents you from sleeping at night and strains your eyes.

By filtering this blue light out, the residual effects of blue light are decreased, and your eyes and brain are more easily able to relax.

Windows 10 features Night Light, which automatically lowers the amount of blue light emitted from computer screens.

It displays warmer colors that reduce eye strain and make it easier to fall asleep at night, and the color temperature can be customized in the settings.

The Night Light feature can also be scheduled to turn on and off at sunset or sunrise, or between whichever times you desire.

Contact IntelliSyn today to learn more about the advantageous technological features your computer has to offer.