My eyes, for as long as I can remember, have always been sensitive to light.

It could be the cloudiest day outside and you'll catch me sporting a pair of sunglasses every time. As far as my vision is concerned, it's incredible thanks to the technology and advancements of LASIK eye surgery. Bright lights, on the other hand, have never been my friend.

On the daily, my eyes are glued to multiple computer screens and my phone for hours on end; it comes with the job. Recently, I started to not only feel tired, but I started getting some pressure underneath my eyes and around my temple area. Everyone I know has these blue light-blocking glasses and has raved about them, so I decided it was finally time to put the reviews to the test.

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I could instantly feel the difference the moment I began working on my laptop with them. The light that was bouncing off my screen was softer than usual and I could feel the pupils of my eyes become larger as if it were safe to come out from hiding.

I paid somewhere along the lines of $22 bucks for a pair of glasses that I can see myself not only wearing for quite a while but also in public with confidence. I'm dubbing this the "style and grace on my face" chapter of my life and I'm not mad about it at all.

There are so many choices and styles to choose from, but if anyone is interested in the brand that I recently purchased from Amazon, these are the ones that I highly recommend.

In my opinion, even if you don't think you need these blue light-filtering glasses, you just might surprise yourself. If anything, you're only improving your future health in the long run, so what's $20 when you could be paying thousands for corrective eye surgery due to blue light damage?

With the way kids are glued to their tablets, gaming devices, iPads and TV screens these days, perhaps it might be beneficial to get them a pair for the house.

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