Computer Glasses VS Blue Light Glasses (Which Do You Need?)

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***NOTE: it is best to have a computer glasses prescription measured by a trained eye care professional. The following guide is an approximation based on a person’s age and assumed computer viewing distance and assumes no need for distance correction.

Computer glasses magnification power or ADD
Based on a function of age for a person with emmetropia (no correction)
40 and younger: (+)0.25 – (+)0.50 Diopters
40-49: (+)0.50 – (+)1.00 Diopters
50-56: (+)1.00 – (+)1.50 Diopters
57-62: (+)1.50 – (+)1.75 Diopters

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About This Video: Do computer glasses work? Join us in this computer glasses review as we compare computer glasses vs blue light glasses. We also compare computer glasses vs reading glasses as many people will use reading glasses as their computer glasses – however, theoretically they are different. Gaming glasses can confuse some people as computer glasses vs gaming glasses are also very similar.

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