Chances are you keep the lights on whenever you’re indoors, but are you aware that fluorescent lighting affects mood, concentration, and overall productivity? According to the CDC, light affects circadian rhythms, ultimately affecting your feeling of health and well-being.
Block the glare that causes eyestrain
Harsh fluorescent and LED lights create a lot of glare. Artificial light is scattered across the room, reflecting off of surfaces such as computer screens and walls.
Our fluorescent light filters block 100% of the harmful glare. The excess light is contained with the filter, never reaching your eyes.
What are fluorescent light headaches?
Headaches and migraines can be triggered by exposure to bright artificial lighting in offices and classrooms. Some people may have more light sensitivity than others. Fluorescent light headaches can be solved by simple adjustments to the light source.
Our NaturaLux light filters can help reduce the change of daily headaches and migraines by fundamentally changing the light.
Protect yourself from
Daily Impact of Eyestrain
The harsh glare of fluorescent lights can have a serious impact on your day-to-day life.
The glare is caused by the over-illumination of fluorescent lighting, which can cause eyestrain.
Eyestrain leads to visual fatigue and can cause headaches and trigger migraines.
The glare reflects off all surfaces and becomes even worse when working in front of a computer screen.
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Fluorescent & LED Lights Cause Visual Fatigue
Do you feel over-tired at the end of the work day? If yes, you may have daily visual fatigue.
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Light sensitivity, or photophobia, is often a symptom of certain medical conditions. This can mean you’re sensitive to sunlight or bright lighting. You might also be sensitive to certain types of light, like the fluorescent lights found in many workplaces.