THINGS TO CONSIDER
NOT ALL BLUE LIGHT IS BAD
The main source of blue light is actually from sunlight, and it’s well documented that some blue light exposure is essential for good health, boosting alertness, memory and cognitive function and elevating mood. In fact, light therapy is used to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons, with symptoms usually beginning in the autumn and continuing through winter.
FILTER THE PROBLEM
If you’re using your devices constantly, a convenient way to reduce your blue light exposure is to use a light filter. Available for smartphones, tablets, and computer screens, they prevent significant amounts of blue light which is otherwise emitted from these devices reaching your eyes and skin, without affecting the visibility of the display.