Do You Browse Your Phones At Night Here's How Much it Harms Your Eyes
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Oct. 19, 2021, 5:35 p.m.

Do You Browse Your Phones At Night Here's How Much it Harms Your Eyes

By: Manish

We all browse our smartphones at night, don’t we? Definitely we do. Whether it’s a late-night urgent mail or just because you cannot sleep, we all use smartphones late at night for one reason or the other. And this is slowly becoming a great concern because our eyes are adversely affected by this. In this blog, we shall learn about the harm our eyes suffer from the late-night use of smartphones.

Here are some issues faced by using smartphones at night

  • Eye dryness
  • Migraines
  • Headaches
  • Blurry/impaired vision
  • Eye inflammation
  • Eye fatigue & strain

Since smartphones have become an indispensable part of our daily lives, it is very important to understand how much affect it has on our eyes.


Too Much Time On Smartphones

Our smartphones can be said to be a combination of different gadgets like alarm clock, calculator, television, torch, music/movie player, & what not. Right from checking emails to watching movies & playing games, we spend too much time on our smartphones. Even for eyes that have been healthy for quite a long time, staring at the smartphones can cause one & more of the above stated symptoms.

Most importantly, you must understand the impact of the blue light that gets emitted from the smartphones. This blue light can damage our vision as according to eye doctors, exposure to the blue light causes retinal damage, leading to macular degeneration, the age-related eye condition. Plus, prolonged exposure to blue light can also cause cataracts. And using smartphones too much during night causes our eyes to develop light-sensitivity issues.

What’s the solution??

Well, the only way to deal with these issues is by using high-quality blue light blocker glasses wherein the lenses are made with special filters to block the blue light from reaching your eyes. These glasses are always available at You can even have these glasses fitted with your prescription lenses if you are already using prescription glasses.