Blue Light Technology

Protect your eyes.


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Let’s be honest, we spend the majority of our day working hard behind straining screens. Whether it be a phone, tablet, or computer, we have been blind to the harrowing truth of Blue Light and the damaging impact it has on our overall health.

What is Blue Light?

Blue Light is exactly what it means! Light with blue wavelengths- Although it helps regulate your circadian rhythm and sleep schedule, continued exposure to it over time can lead to an abundance of health issues. This may include damaged retinal cells or visionary problems such as age-related macular degeneration. Current science has also proved that it is a leading contributor to eye-cancer, cataracts, and the growth of your eye.


It is a known fact that the average American spends a whopping 10-12 hours on their screens daily. That’s nearly all of their waking hours (65%) looking at a screen. 

Prior to the pandemic, the modern era we live in requires us to work on whatever device is handy. 

Technology is a necessity to survive in today’s world. With a plethora of constantly updated information, the abundance of sources to learn about are limitless. 

74% of employed Americans use their computers at their job. 

And even when we aren’t working, we are endlessly scrolling through social media apps, watching movies, or even virtually socializing through Facetime or Skype.

Even children use smart screens and computers all day long in school and stare at screens and gaming devices all night long too! 

If anything, picking up your phone is probably the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you put down at night, and you are paying a price you don't need to pay. 

Due to this, over 70% of Americans currently suffer from Digital Eye Strain (DES).

No matter what you’re doing, if you spend most of your day in front of a screen then you probably developed symptoms of DES, aka "Computer Vision Syndrome." Eye fatigue, blurred vision, dry eyes, headaches, a bad night’s sleep, and other symptoms all may seem familiar to you. 

Overexposure can lead to the disruption of the Circadian Rhythm.

The Circadian Rhythm is a natural, internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle and repeats on each rotation of the Earth roughly every 24 hours.

According to studies done at the Harvard Medical School, “Digital devices emit harmful artificial blue light that disrupts melatonin production and the circadian rhythm, the body’s natural sleep cycle.” Blue light, also known as high-energy visible blue light (HEV), has high frequency and short wavelengths, similar to the dangerous UV light.

Essentially, long exposure to this tricks your body into thinking it's daytime, further disrupting your circadian rhythm. When your eyes are unmasked to blue light at night, your body suppresses the production of melatonin, your key sleep hormone. Melatonin imbalance can result in major trouble falling asleep (insomnia), difficulty staying asleep, and feeling very tired throughout the day. 

It didn't take long until the founder of Trinity Eyewear realized that these glasses pretty much combat every negative effect most people face.

Everybody wants to preform at their best and experience the rejuvenating sleep they deserve.

Adding Trinity Eyewear to your everyday life is a no-brainer, not to mention that the benefits are unmatched. 


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The Solution: Trinity Protective Eyewear

Our innovative lenses are not only designed to filter out Blue Light, but to completely address all your visual needs. A recent study showed that when our customers wore these glasses, melatonin levels increased. Whether you are working behind your computer all day or just looking for some late-night snacks in your refrigerator, Blue Light is always out to get you. However, these high quality blue-blockers offer protection no matter where it’s coming from, so that you can perform at your best and look good doing it!

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