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No, it affects everybody.
But, childrenâs eyes absorb more blue light from digital device screens than adults.
The eyes of children younger than 10 years are not fully developed. Their crystalline lens and cornea are still largely transparent and overexposed to light.
Therefore, too much exposure to blue light can seriously damage their eyes.Â
The easy answer would be to take away their devices, or limit their screen time. But, as you already know, this is easier said than done.
In a world dominated by technology, your children will be exposed to a significant amount of digital screen time.
Apart from limiting their digital screen time, the best way to prevent blue light-induced retinal damage to your childrenâs eyes is to provide them with high quality spectacles which block harmful blue-light.
The retail price of most high-quality spectacles which block blue light ranges between R2,500 and R3,000.
But you donât have to pay as much as that! PC SPECS only cost R1,569.
Should you order a pair of PC|Specs in November 2019, we willÂ donate a R100 to your school's computer class.
Refer a friend and receive aÂ R100 cashbackÂ after his/her successful purchase of PC|Specs.
Order your PC|Specs today
"Very comfortable, it zooms in the screen, which makes viewing easier"
"My eyes feel less strained and I definitelyÂ sleep better"
"Since wearing PC/Specs, I don't have headaches after a day on the computer anymore.Â Easy to wear, light weight"
Disclaimer: Purchasing a pair of PC SPECS does not replace the need for regular eye/vision examinations by a registered optometrist or ophthalmologist
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