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Lentiamo Blog: Back to School!

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September 18, 2021 4:25am

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How much blue light can your kid’s eyes tolerate?
The start of the school year means an extra dose of screen light for your child. Mobile phones, tablets and computers emit so much of the so-called blue light that they can cause eyestrain and headaches - and, with long-term exposure, even short-sightedness (myopia).

How come? Light rays emitted from screens accelerate eye growth and make the eyes longer. This can lead to myopia early in life.

So protect your child’s eyes from the dangers of blue light. Get scientific facts and advice from our optometrists on the Lentiamo blog. And make sure your child has a pair of blue-light glasses to wear both at school and at home.

Computer eye strain: How too much screen time can cause myopia in kids

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