Are Your Migraine Treatments Costing You A Ton?

Migraine disease is incredibly common, with 38 million people suffering in the United States alone.  Migraine sufferers often miss work due to migraine attacks. This can greatly impact the amount of income earned each year, as well as the reputation and opportunities for advancement with an employer.  Loss of productivity is another concern for anyone who experiences migraine. For some, migraine is a rare occurrence, for others it can be rather normal and persistent.  With such a wide range of [...continue reading]

Why do we care so much?

Blue light protection is more than just headlines in the news. It is about taking care of your eyes and your overall health. It is common knowledge that your eyes are directly related to how you experience the world. When things appear fuzzy and blurry, it can lead to headaches and strain.  It is not always common knowledge about how exposed we are to blue light each day. BluTech Lenses were designed to help protect you and your family from [...continue reading]

This is Where is Matters

What is the deal with 455 nm? 455 nm is where it matters the most.  When you are comparing different blue-light-blocking technology, you must make the comparisons at 455 nm.  Digital devices and LED lights emit blue light from about 430 nm to 500 nm.  There is an intense spike at ~ 455 nm. When looking for true protection from potentially harmful blue light, check to see what the lenses are rated for.  BluTech Lenses provide blue-light-blocking where it matters [...continue reading]

The Multiple Uses of BluTech Lenses

BluTech Lenses are used by people who want to protect their eyes from staring at computer screens and their phones.  Here are multiple uses of BluTech Lenses. Migraine BluTech Lenses can help reduce migraine symptoms. With migraine being an incredibly common experience, it is no wonder that people are searching for migraine solutions. When worn proactively, migraine sufferers can experience reduced attacks, relief from headaches and visual eye strain associated with triggering light.  Minimize the stress associated with possible migraine [...continue reading]

Say Goodbye to Bad Sleep and Fatigue

Blue light emitted from the screen can make it harder for our bodies to produce melatonin. Your body uses melatonin to begin to feel tired.  Melatonin also helps you stay asleep throughout the night.  Without enough melatonin, you can experience frequent waking during the night. This goes for kids too.  When you don’t sleep well, you get more tired throughout your day which can impact your performance at home and at work. Your kids can experience impacts during the school [...continue reading]

Setting Up for Sleep Success

When you need sleep, what are the best tips from the experts? In order to have amazing sleep each night, there are a bunch of things you can do to set yourself up for success. You don’t need to spend a lot of money or time in order to see a huge change in your sleep pattern. With simple steps, you can be on your way to healthier sleep in no time. The room The room that you sleep in [...continue reading]

Missed Work Because of Migraine?

So often, employees must call into work sick or use precious vacation time because of the debilitating effects of a migraine.  Yet, so many have never experienced a migraine attack before and do not understand the serious nature of this disease. Have you ever had to miss a day of work because of a migraine attack, and your employer did not understand? Employers and coworkers may think, “Oh it is just a headache. They can totally make it in.” Yet, [...continue reading]

Blue Light Basics

Is blue light exposure really that big of a deal? Every day, millions of people are exposed to screens, the sun, and blue light from lightbulbs. Yet, many are still unsure why it is important to be mindful of the exposure. Blue light is part of the visible light spectrum, between 400 nm and 500 nm. Blue light is one of the shortest and highest-energy visible wavelengths. Digital devices and LED lights all emit blue light. These devices have an [...continue reading]

How To Cope With Pregnancy and Migraine

When an individual is diagnosed with chronic migraine, they have several treatment options that are presented to them. Most of those options include various types of medication to treat migraine symptoms. However, most of these migraine medications are not an option if a woman becomes pregnant. Studies have shown that 15 to 20 percent of women will experience migraine episodes during pregnancy, which include symptoms such as headaches, aura, light sensitivity, fatigue, nausea/vomiting and mental fuzziness. While these women are [...continue reading]

Beating Fatigue

Have you ever had a day where you just felt sluggish?  Everything you do feels heavy and exhausting.  You think, “If one more person asks me to do something, I might just pass out right here.” Fatigue is a very common experience. From parents to employees, to anyone working long hours, and those who understand insomnia, many know how debilitating it can feel to be fatigued. There are many reasons someone could be experiencing extreme tiredness and exhaustion.  Exposure to [...continue reading]

How Blue Light Exposure Impacts Aging

New research from Oregon State University shows that exposure to blue light can impact the development of fruit flies. Blue light is emitted from electronic devices that we have around us, all the time. Phones, tablets, laptops, and televisions all emit blue light.  Animals naturally avoid exposure to blue light, as was shown by a recent study completed.  The blue wavelengths produced by light-emitting diodes impacted the development of the fruit flies in the study. Scientists exposed fruit flies to [...continue reading]

How to Choose Lenses If You Have Migraines

When someone says they get a migraine, it can mean a whole lot of different things. Do you experience migraine attacks intermittently? Every week? Once a year? Every month? There is a wide range of causes of migraine and with the knowledge that each day may be different, there is value in determining the right kind of lenses based on your symptoms. People who experience “chronic migraine” have 15 or more migraine days per month. The attacks also last longer [...continue reading]

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