Opticians say people are so addicted to smartphones they may be increasing their risk of eye damage.

Optician Andy Hepworth said: “Blue violet light is potentially hazardous and toxic to the back of your eyes.

“So over a long period of time it can potentially damage your eyes. “When you’re looking at a smart phone, the light peaking out of that is blue violet.”

He says tests have found that over exposure to blue-violet light has the potential to put us at greater risk of macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness.

“It’s the combination of not blinking enough and bringing the device closer than you normally look at objects – it strains your eyes” Andy Hepworth Optician Opticians say that, although “good” blue light (blue- turquoise) is needed to help regulate biological clocks, it is also thought that extensive exposure to blue violet light can disrupting sleep patterns and affect moods.

bbc.co.uk: published: Friday, 28 March 2014

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/26780069

More than nine out of 10 young people expose themselves to the blue light from smartphones and tablets, before bed, causing problems with sleep.

“The blue light from these devices suppresses the production of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin, so it’s important to avoid them before bed time,” said Prof Richard Wiseman, from the University of Hertfordshire.

“This is a huge rise, and the results are extremely worrying because getting less than seven hours sleep a night is below the recommended guidelines, and is associated with a range of problems, including an increased risk of weight gain, heart attacks, diabetes and cancer,” Prof Wiseman said.

Last week it was revealed opticians were warning that overuse of smartphones may be increasing people’s risk of eye damage.

Optician Andy Hepworth said: “Blue violet light is potentially hazardous and toxic to the back of your eyes.

“So over a long period of time it can potentially damage your eyes. “When you’re looking at a smart phone, the light peaking out of that is blue violet.”

The news came as a survey of 2,000 people suggests under-25s check their phones 32 times a day.

bbc.co.uk: published: Friday, 4 April 2014 12:00 UK

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/26886133

A study by Spanish researchers found that eco-friendly LED lights can be damaging to your retinas, which cannot regrow or be replaced. …

Dr. Celia Sanchez Ramos said damaged retinas are likely to become an epidemic sometime soon because of the use of computer, mobile phone and TV screens, and even traffic lights and street lights, which have been gradually replaced with LED technology.

UPI.com: Published: May 11, 2013 at 11:53 AM

http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2013/05/11/LED-lights-ruin-retinas-researchers-say/UPI-52041368287606/

An investigation carried out by Spanish researchers has revealed that there is one noteworthy dark side to LED lights. Thus, environmental benefits aside, it appears that LED lights can negatively affect humans and make them go blind.

Dr. Celia Sánchez-Ramos, a specialist currently working with the Complutense University in Madrid, explains that the retina works by detecting light and thus enabling us to see.

However, she says that prolonged exposure to LEDs, which emit a short-wave, high-energy blue and violet light, harms the cells that make up the retina.

“This problem is going to get worse, because humans are living longer and children are using electronic devices from a young age, particularly for schoolwork,” said research wished to stress.

“Eyes are not designed to look directly at light – they are designed to see with light,” she further pointed out.

May 15th, 2013, 08:08 GMT · By Laura Sinpetru

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Eco-Friendly-LED-Lights-Can-Make-People-Go-Blind-Researchers-Say-353411.shtml

This blue light photochemical injury to the human retina is termed photoretinitis. Photoretinitis can result from either viewing an extremely bright light source for a short amount of time or a less bright source for a longer period of time. Excessive exposure to harmful blue light radiation is linked to the increased risk of macular degeneration in humans.

Turnbull, David J. (2006) Development of a photosensitive polymer for measurement of damaging blue light exposures. In: Australian Institute of Physics 17th National Congress 2006, 3-8 Dec 2006, Brisbane, Australia.

https://eprints.usq.edu.au/1602/

Study found that exposure to LED lights can cause irreparable harm to the retina of the human eye.

Once the retina cells are destroyed by prolonged and continuous exposure to LED rays, they cannot be replaced and will not regrow, ThinkSpain.com reported.

Researchers said this is caused by the high levels of radiation in the ‘blue band’, and is likely to become a global epidemic in the medium term given that computer, mobiles and TV screens, and even traffic and street lights, have been gradually replaced with LED.

The Hindu.com: LONDON, May 15, 2013

http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/led-lights-can-damage-your-eyes/article4717760.ece

Energy-efficient LED lights are earth-friendly, and these days they’re in everything from computers to TVs to street lights. That’s a problem, since new research indicates the light-emitting diode bulbs can cause irreparable damage to your eyes. Researchers from Madrid’s Complutense University say this is likely caused by the high levels of radiation in the blue band of the light’s spectrum, which can destroy or permanently damage cells in your retina.

msn.com: 5/16/2013

http://now.msn.com/led-lights-can-damage-eyes-by-destroying-the-retina-study-says 

Dr. Celia Sánchez-Ramos from Complutense University, Madrid, led this particular study and explained that the lights emitted from LED lights come from the high energy violet and blue end of the visible light spectrum. Long term exposure to this light is enough to permanently damage the retina of the human eye. The retina, the light sensitive tissue that helps detect light and allows us to see, can be severely affected by prolonged exposure to the light emitted from these LED lights.

First Posted: May 15, 2013 08:08 AM EDT

http://www.itechpost.com/articles/9200/20130515/led-lights-screens-cause-blindness.htm 

…The science of blue light damage at high intensity is well studied, and it is known to be cumulative over durations up to hours….

…“Recent studies suggest that the blue end of the light spectrum may also contribute to retinal damage and possibly lead to AMD,” said the American Macular Degeneration Foundation. “The retina can be harmed by high-energy visible radiation of blue/violet light that penetrates the macular pigment found in the eye. According to a study by The Schepens Eye Institute, a low density of macular pigment may represent a risk factor for AMD by permitting greater blue light damage.”…

Electronics Weekly.com; alun Williams; 2012/11/08

http://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/components/led-lighting/ensuring-safety-in-led-lighting-2012-11/

… The invention of fluorescent lighting, TV, desk and laptop computers, iPads, handheld phones, and video games have recently and dramatically changed this pattern. We are increasingly exposed to blue light in a way that has had a significant effect on our natural rhythms. Blue light is now ingrained in our society during all hours of the day. Research by NASA has shown that the presence of blue light in the “dark” portion of the human circadian rhythm is disruptive to the human sleep cycle. Blue light has also been shown to drastically reduce the production of Melatonin, the brains natural sleep-aid. NASA researchers have created a simulated sleep/wake schedule for their astronauts by altering the wavelengths of light in the shuttle in accordance with natural circadian rhythm. This promotes sleep, thereby wellness for their orbiting astronauts.

12-28-2012, 12:23 PM

http://www.dcresource.com/forums/showthread.php?56222-Computer-screens-blue-light-may-cause-eye-damage

More recently, research on human fetal cell tissue has also revealed damage from blue light exposure.

 

“The photoreceptors in the retina . . . are susceptible to damage by light, particularly blue light. The damage can lead to cell death and diseases.”

Shaban H, Richter C. A2E and blue light in the retina: the paradigm of age-related macular degeneration. Biol Chem 2002 Mar-Apr;383(3-4):537-45.

 

“The effectiveness of light in inducing photodamage to the retina increases with decreasing wavelength from 500 to 400 nm.”

Andley UP,? L.T. Chylack Jr LT. Recent Studies on Photod amage to the Eye with Special Reference to Clinical and Therapeutic Procedures. Photodermatology Photoimmunology and Photomedicine 1990; 7:98-105.

 

“. . . high levels of exposure to blue or visible light may cause ocular damage, especially later in life, and may be related to the development of age-related macular degeneration.”

Taylor HR, West S, Munoz B, Rosenthal FS, Bressler SB, and Bressler NM. The Long Term Effects of Visible Light on the Eye. Archives of Ophthalmology 1992; 110:99-104.

 

“Visible light of short wavelength (blue light) may cause a photochemical injury to the retina, called photoretinitis or blue-light hazard.”

Okuno T, Saito H, Ojima Evaluation of blue-light hazards from various light sources. J. Dev Ophthalmol. 2002;35:104-12.

 

“Exposure to the eye to intense light, particularly blue light, can cause irreversible, oxygen-dependent damage to the retina. We have found that illumination of human retinal pigment epithelium cells induces significant uptake of oxygen that is both wavelength and age dependent…and contribute to the development of age-related maculopathy.”

Rozanowska M, et al. Blue light induced reactivity of retinal age pigment. Journal of Biological Chemistry 1995; 270(32):18825-18830.

(Biosyntrx mantra: Friday Pearls; May 27, 2005)

http://www.biosyntrx.com/articles.php?id=955

The power of the blues

While light of any kind can suppress the secretion of melatonin, blue light does so more powerfully. Harvard researchers and their colleagues conducted an experiment comparing the effects of 6.5 hours of exposure to blue light to exposure to green light of comparable brightness. The blue light suppressed melatonin for about twice as long as the green light and shifted circadian rhythms by twice as much (3 hours vs. 1.5 hours).

(Harvard Health Publications ( Harvard Medical School) 2012/5/1 )

http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletters/Harvard_Health_Letter/2012/May/blue-light-has-a-dark-side/

Harmful Effects

The retina of the human eye does not handle blue light well. Doctor Sliney of the US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine in Maryland states that blue light sends an extremely intense signal to the muscles of the eye telling them to shut down. This can cause severe headaches and nausea. Intense blue light is also capable of causing permanent photochemical damage to the eye.

(By Jesse Broadt, eHow Contributor)

http://www.ehow.com/facts_6936769_blue-led-light-dangers.html

… Recent studies suggest that the blue end of the light spectrum may also contribute to retinal damage and possibly lead to AMD. The retina can be harmed by high-energy visible radiation of blue/violet light that penetrates the macular pigment found in the eye. According to a study by The Schepens Eye Institute, a low density of macular pigment may represent a risk factor for AMD by permitting greater blue light damage.

American Macular
Degeneration Foundation

http://www.macular.org/bluelite.html

Visible light of short wavelength (blue light) may cause a photochemical injury to the retina, called photoretinitis or blue-light hazard.

(Okuno T, Saito H, Ojima J. Source: National Institute of Industrial Health, Tama-ku, Kawasaki, Japan. Dev Ophthalmol. 2002;35:104-12.)

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12061267

Nancy Quinn, a registered nurse and an expert on blue light emissions from VDTs wrote:

“Blue light wavelengths and part of the blue spectrum are focused in front of the retina, while green and yellow are focused on the retina, and some red spectrum is focused behind. Thus blue light contributes little to visual acuity and visual perception loses sharpness as the blue light component adds significantly to the eye’s energy expenditure for focusing, and if reduced can greatly reduce eyestrain without loss of acuity.”

There is mounting medical evidence that prolonged exposure to blue light  may permanently damage the eyes, contribute to the formation of cataracts and to the destruction of cells in the center of the retina (1995).

(Elaine Kitchel, M.Ed.; American Printing House for the Blind; June (2000). NY: AFB Press)

http://www.cclvi.org/contributions/effects1.htm

… Blue light has a very short wavelength and is detectable by the human eye. Not only does it provide basic illumination to our world, blue light also helps to increase feelings of well being. But exposure to large amounts of blue light can be harmful to the eye.

The plethora of electronic devices in use today, such as cell phones, tablets, and laptop computers, has drastically increased our exposure to blue light.

…the biggest threat of blue light is the role it plays in the development of age-related macular degeneration, mainly in the form of photo-oxidation.

(By Troy Bedinghaus, O.D., About.com Guide; Updated October 30, 2012) http://vision.about.com/od/sportsvision/a/Blue-Light-Exposure.htm

Retinal light damage has been studied by exposing experimental animals and cell cultures to brilliant light exposures for minutes to hours. According to some of these studies, blue light waves may be especially toxic to those who are prone to macular problems due to genetics, nutrition, environment, health habits, and aging. On the other hand, acute retinal phototoxicity experiments such as these can cause retinal injuries, but they cannot simulate a lifetime of normal light exposure.

… Research, however, shows that high illumination levels of blue light can be toxic to cellular structures, test animals, and human fetal retinas.

(by Dan Roberts, Founding Director Updated October 3, 2011)

http://www.mdsupport.org/library/hazard.html#blue

Could a common component used in consumer electronics lead to eyestrain, headaches, disturbed sleep, and even increase the risk of cancer? It sounds alarmist, but in fact the first three of these claims are accepted as fact by experts in relevant fields…

… The blue LED. Yes, those bright blue sparks of light on mobile phones, PCs, toasters, TVs, monitors, air purifiers, medical equipment, electric toothbrushes, and thousands of other products.

(By Texyt Staff – Mon, 01/15/2007 – 18:13.)

http://texyt.com/bright+blue+leds+annoyance+health+risks

The photoreceptors in the retina, designed to initiate the cascade of events which link the incoming light to the sensation of ‘vision’, are susceptible to damage by light, particularly blue light. The damage can lead to cell death and diseases.

(by Shaban H, Richter C.; Institute of Biochemistry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich.; Biol Chem. 2002 Mar-Apr;383(3-4):537-45.)

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12033441



 

A study claims that LED lights cause retina damage.

A new study shows that LED lights, or light emitting diodes might cause permanent retina damage.

Researchers from Complutense University in Spain conducted a study on the effects of LED radiation and found that it damaged “human retinal pigment epithelial cells in vitro”.

LED lights have a blue band of light that is likely the cause of the damage.

Prolonged exposure to LED lights may be hazardous since many electronic devices, along with street and traffic lights have been replaced by LED lights.

Doctor Celia Sanchez Ramos, co-author of the study, said: “This problem is going to get worse, because humans are living longer and children are using electronic devices from a young age, particularly for schoolwork.”

People reportedly have their eyes open for 6 thousand hours a year, and much of the time is spent in artificial lighting.

Another energy efficient light source has also been criticized for containing the heavy metal mercury, and for giving off too much ultraviolet radiation.

Compact fluorescent light bulbs, known as CFLs save energy, but at high exposure levels they might cause skin cancer, or skin cell damage.

2013-05-17


 

Dr. Holly Showalter explains what blue light is and why it’s harmful. For additional natural health videos, visit www.ihealthtube.com

2008-01-11


 

Dr. Robert Abel, Jr. on what the different types of light are and how they affect our eyesight. More health videos can be found at http://www.ihealthtube.com

2008-01-11


 

This video from the Price Lab highlights the dangers to the eye of looking at bright lights, especially LED lights with a strong peak output in the 440 to 460nm range, e.g., LED operating theater lights or a dental curing light. For more information and references relating to the blue light hazard,

2012-07-22


 

Macular pigment is like “internal sunglasses” that protects the photoreceptors (cones and rods) in the back of your eye from harmful blue light, while mitigating a key risk factor (low macular pigment) for Age-Related Macular Degeneration, and improving visual performance.

2013-02-21


 

A leading cause of vision loss in people over 65 is AMD, a breakdown of the macula that causes central vision to be blurry, distorted, or have dark areas. There are two forms of AMD: dry AMD and wet AMD. Ninety percent of the people with AMD have the dry form. Early detection can slow visual loss.

2010-12-06


 

Learn the top 11 macular degeneration risk factors. If you or a family member suffer from age related macular degeneration, then watch this video to learn the top risk factors for macular degeneration and the best ways to reduce your risk of developing macular degeneration.

2012-09-26


用電腦、智能手機會傷眼,專家講到口水乾,情況不只未見有改善,更有惡化趨勢。用家年輕化,手抱嬰兒玩智能手機、平板電腦,小學開始更要用電腦做功課。
用這些料技產品,不單會令人提早老花,眼睛更有機會因長期吸收藍光而引致黃斑點病變,嚴重者可導致失明。
新一期《美國眼科學會期刊》更發表一項研究,警告發射藍光的玩具可引致眼睛受損,兒童少玩為妙!

香港壹週刊 第1242期 2013年12月26日

http://hk.next.nextmedia.com/article/1242/17142360

警惕:手机电脑都有蓝光

蓝光的来源很多,众所周知的是来自于手机、电脑。人造光源中保留了大量的蓝光,这样使得人工光更白更亮,有些特别白亮的光给人一直泛蓝的感觉,这就是蓝光比例过高引起的。所以,电脑、手机等新型人造光源中,都含有大量不规则频率的高能短波蓝光。

某省级医院眼科中心的一位专家告诉记者,现在很多家长时常管束孩子看电视,因为看多了电视肯定对眼睛不好。但家长们往往鼓励他们在平板电脑、智能手机上学习,其实这是一个误区。“人的眼睛会自动调节聚焦,看远的事物眼睛肌肉是放松的,看近的东西是紧张的,手机、平板电脑等拿在手上,离眼睛很近,看久了很容易疲劳,它们对眼睛的危害远超电视”。

眼科专家呼吁家长,尽量不要把笔记本电脑或手机给孩子当玩具。看电视、电脑时,屏幕不要调得太亮或太暗。看书、玩电脑,都要在一小时内起身活动一下,眺望远景,也可以起到调节作用。因为蓝光对眼睛的损伤,是逐渐积累而形成的。就算不直视光源,时间长了也会对眼睛造成伤害。长时间接触电脑屏幕、大屏手机的LED蓝光,虽然强度不大,但也容易造成伤害。

http://news.mydrivers.com/1/292/292155.htm?from=message&isappinstalled=0  

藍光的主要來源是太陽,但近年半導體技術發展,許多3C產品,包括平板顯示器、LED霓虹燈、螢光燈、電腦顯示器、手機螢幕等,都有背景光源,通過強大的電子流激發的光源中,含有異常的高能藍光。最新醫學研究顯示,這種高能藍光會對視網膜產生傷害,尤其增加黃斑部病變機率。

3C藍光 黃斑部病變機率增愛眼小百科疾病大全 – udn健康醫藥

Power By udn.com【聯合報楊長豪/台大醫院眼科部主治醫師】2013/03/12

http://mag.udn.com/mag/life/storypage.jsp?f_ART_ID=445224 

「光線對眼睛的傷害」是指「藍光對黃斑部的傷害」,光線照射日久,藍光對黃斑部造成慢性刺激,這種慢性刺激舉例而言,就好比握筆寫字,最後因摩擦食指會形成癤結一樣(圖六),光線尤其是藍光刺激黃斑部,最終也會形成「隱結」。陳瑩山眼科醫師醫療網Dr. Eye Chan Online 2009.09.03

http://www.dreye.net.tw/web2/article/view/18 

可見光線中藍光對人體眼睛傷害最大,是因為藍光(波長在 40mm~500mm )頻率高,所攜帶能量較高,傷害也較強;而眼睛角膜和水晶體能吸收光線中大部分的紫外線,但少部分的紫外線跟波長較長的藍光就會到達視網膜。

 

專家研究發現,藍光會對視網膜造成傷害,加速視網膜黃斑區的細胞氧化(產生自由基),照射過量甚至會損傷視覺細胞。0-4 歲是眼睛發育的高峰期,如果黃斑區長期接觸藍光,會增加年老時眼睛出現黃斑病變的風險。

 

高能量藍光源:電腦工作(電腦螢幕光線),長時間手機(平板)使用者,辦公室照明燈,霓虹燈,水銀鹵素燈,LED光源,戶外活動或工作者…等等。長時間打電腦及手機宜配戴抗藍光濾光鏡片,可避免藍光傷害,又能降低眼疲乏。

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花蓮醫院眼科主任陳安平指出,人類的眼睛具有過濾紫外線與藍光的能力,但隨著年齡增長及光線傷害,眼睛水晶體會逐漸變黃,因應藍光對眼睛的危害,特別是50歲以後,水晶體變黃最明顯。…

 

新聞資料來源:行政院衛生署花蓮醫院

https://www.facebook.com/polarlight.eyewear/posts/643681808990563 

惟西班牙有專家警告,LED燈釋放的藍光,波長較短,光亮度強,長時間接觸容易傷害視網膜,令人擔心會增加致盲風險。本地專家指長期接觸LED燈可致眼睛較疲勞,也會增加白內障及黃斑病變的風險。
西班牙的馬德里大學去年完成一項試管實驗,發現LED燈釋放的光線及輻射,損害人類視網膜中的色素細胞。負責研究的專家指,視網膜的結構對光線十分敏感,容易受強光傷害。另外,電子產品如手機、電腦等都會釋放藍光,提高視網膜受破壞的風險…

香港蘋果日報 2013年05月16日 http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20130516/18261766 

智能電話及平板電腦普及,小朋友也常有機會接觸電子產品,成為低頭族之餘,更減少戶外活動,令港童提早患近視。有眼科視光師指,學童以往普遍8至9歲才有近視,但近年提早到6至7歲,部份人升中學時已有六、七百度近視,增加將來因深近視引發視網膜脫落等嚴重眼疾的風險。

香港蘋果日報 記者:鍾麗霞 20130820

http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20130820/18385780 

智慧型手機、平板電腦不離手,螢幕色彩鮮豔、亮度高,藍光傷眼,當心白內障提早報到。國內研究發現,近年來白內障年輕化現象以55歲最明顯,且每兩年風險多一倍,這些非傳統「老人家」患者,用眼需求高…

中國時報 李盛雯/台北報導 2013-04-30 http://news.chinatimes.com/LifeContent/1404/20130430000997.html 

眼科醫師表示,白內障已有年輕化趨勢,好發年齡從平均65歲、降到45歲左右,主要原因和現代人常使用3C產品有很大關係,因為3C螢幕會產生高能量藍光,導致水晶體病變,尤其白內障初期沒有任何症狀,甚至會出現短暫視力回春現象,很容易被人忽略,若不及早就醫,嚴重的話還可能會失明。…

公視新聞網 ︱醫療記者賴淑敏徐啟峰台北報導(2013-09-04 19:00)  晚間新聞

http://news.pts.org.tw/news_detail.php?NEENO=249489 

导读:世卫组织WHO爱眼协会公布:2006年至2008年因蓝光、辐射每年导致全球超过30000人失明,并在2009年底发出橙色预警:“蓝光、辐射对人类的潜在隐性威胁将远远超过苏丹红、三聚氰胺、SASI、HINI的破坏性,无形中吞噬人的双眼”。蓝光对人体危害较其他波长的光线尤为严重…

 

蓝光会使眼睛内的黄斑区毒素量增高严重威胁我们的眼底健康——源于2010《America Academy of Ophthalmology》。

 

影响人体生物钟的极速中有一样称作褪黑素,他是有大脑中的松果体分泌,人体在1.3勒克斯蓝光的照射下,褪黑素的分泌会终止,而我们常用的节能灯,iPad和电脑、手机等发出蓝光的强度已经接近中午阳光中蓝光的强度,并且里眼镜非常近,这时蓝光对视网膜的伤害及对褪黑素分泌的影响已远远超过了1.3勒克斯蓝光的照射强度。由于蓝光刺激大脑,抑制褪黑素分泌并提高肾上腺皮质激素的生成从而破坏激素分泌平衡直接影响睡眠质量。

哈弗大学研究表明,如果你临睡前使用iPad,智能手机或笔记本电脑,它们发出的光线足以刺激大脑,使得大脑处于兴奋状态,影响生物钟规律,出现入睡需要时间过长,睡眠过程中多次醒来等失眠症状。

 

研究显示,蓝光大量存在于电脑显示器、荧光灯、手机、数码产品、显示屏、LED等光线中。

新世紀LED2012/11/5 作者:熊作峰 来源:新浪博客

http://www.ledth.com/jishuziliao/n129645919_2.html 

据中华医学会眼科学分会数据显示:在中国4.2亿网民中,63.5%的网民因蓝光辐射有视力下降、白内障、失明等不同程度的眼疾。

德国眼科专家李查德·冯克(R.H.W. Funk)教授的研究报告指出当“不合适的光”持续照射我们的眼睛,会引起功能失调,尤其是三基色灯,电脑屏幕等发出的含有大量不规则频率的高能短波蓝光,这些短波蓝光具有极高能量,能够穿透晶状体直达视网膜,对视网膜造成光化学损害,直接或间接导致黄斑区细胞的损害。

Bai Du 百度百科 http://baike.baidu.com/view/7318790.htm#1 



 

不知道大家印象中老花眼,應該是幾歲後才會發生的窘境?不過,低頭族當道,現在就連老花眼,也提前報到,平均年齡比以前少了十歲。就連名主持人吳淡如當初也不知道,是老花­眼,還以為自己得了白內障。

2013-04-23


 

不少低頭族每天盯著智慧型手機、平板電腦,這些3C產品的藍光,如果長時間暴露,會對­眼睛造成傷害,國內醫界首度證實,配戴淺黃或淺橘濾光鏡片,可以減少藍光的傷害,但其­實眼科醫師表示,最著要的還是玩3C的距離遠近,和時間不能過長,對眼睛最好。

2013-08-12


 

【民視即時新聞】每天老盯著平板電腦或智慧型手機的民眾,得小心了。
台北市有一名陳小姐,一年多前才開始用平板電腦,不管坐車、搭捷運都不離身,結果近視­從600度暴增到800多度,醫生特別警告,平板電腦亮度特別亮,加上坐車搖晃,長期­使用,眼球體外肌很容易受損傷害視力。

2011-07-05