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4 Things That Must Be In Place If You Want To Use Your Phone At Night

When we are in a dark environment, phones generate blue light, which is harmful to our eyes. If you must use your phone late at night, make sure the following are in place before you begin using it to protect your eyes. Continuous exposure has the potential to cause blindness.

Headaches, impaired vision, dry eyes, and, in severe cases, neck and shoulder pain are the most typical symptoms of eye strain. When your eyes squint, they alert the rest of your body to a problem.


Using your phone in a dark area increases your risk of getting visual difficulties due to the blue light generated by the phone's screen. The device's light will not be concentrated enough to hit your eyes directly if the room is well-lit, reducing pressure and keeping your eyes relaxed. Some phones detect the amount of light in the environment and adjust their settings accordingly.


While you're on the phone late at night, these glasses will filter the light and keep your eyes safe. It blocks intense radiation while allowing only safe rays to flow through. If you don't have these glasses, you can still achieve the same result by wearing sunglasses.


Finally, if you're using your phone late at night, make sure it's on night mode or eye care. The amount of blue light emitted by the device you're using will be reduced as a result. When it is set to night mode, the light is dimmed by more than 90%. Reduce the light intensity to the bare minimum so that it does not harm the eyes.

USE THE 20/20/20 RULE

Your eyes aren't made to stare at anything in front of you all day. During long work days, the 20/20/20 rule provides a much-needed break for your eyes. If you stare at a screen for 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and look at something at least 20 feet away. However, the longer you look away from your computer screen, the better!

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