Collection: Bluelight

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Our bluelight glasses look after you and your eyes

At PREGO we have developed our bluelight glasses with the sole purpose of protecting your eyes from blue light. There are several reasons for this. We are all exposed daily to blue light from artificial light sources. The blue light can come, for example, from our mobile, tablet or computer.

The blue light is not harmless. It affects our body's production of the natural hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a" sleep hormone " that is mainly produced in the body when it is dark. In English, a lack of melatonin can negatively affect your circadian rhythm and mean sleepless nights and difficulty concentrating. With bluelight glasses you reduce the impact on your body's natural production of melatonin and thereby get better conditions for a good night's sleep.

When we are exposed to blue light, our eyes strain. This, combined with a full day of work in front of the monitor, can easily mean fatigue, headaches, dry eyes and general discomfort. Also known as digital overexertion. That's where our bluelight glasses come in.

Try to imagine a weekday without headaches, fatigue or overexertion in your eyes when you get home. A weekday where you do not have to spend time, effort and energy on tired eyes. Because your bluelight glasses take good care of them for you.

Our bluelight glasses also protect your eyes from the lights of oncoming road users in the evening

If you already now wear glasses, then you also know how unpleasant the light from the oncoming can be in the evening. Not only does it bother and strain the eye, it can also dazzle and distract us when we drive a car in the evening. Therefore, your eyeglass lenses must take this into account so that you can drive safely - even when it is dark. It secures bluelight glasses from PREGO.

Blue light is not the only thing that can bother and harm our eyes. That'S why PREGO bluelight glasses, like our sunglasses, also contain a UV filter that protects your eyes from the sun'S UVA and UVB rays.