Do you suffer from light sensitivity?
Do computer screens, florescent lights and even the TV trigger vertigo attacks?
“I use blue light goggles, and they help . I consulted Consumer Reports and they rated the cheap 8$ ones as filtering out the most blue light ( 70% I think ). They are not attractive but I don’t go into a store with fluorescent lighting without them or use any screen without them . . I would recommend them. In an acute attack reading on my tablet triggers an immediate vertigo. Mine were 8$.”
- “Most of the time they work for me but I did have one experience where they added to the problem but I was off balance a bit more that week. They were fine after that day”
- “Have blue for office and computer screen and yellow for my progressives. No issues at all.”
- “Big difference for me personally!”
- “Made a HUGE difference for my migraines.”
- “I love mine! Been using them for years now. I also have the blue light filter set on all my tech that has it, and I have a chrome extension that allows me to adjust the light/dark of websites.”
- “Therespecs… they’re a miracle worker for me. When I go into stores or offices I no longer get dizzy when I wear these.”
- “Mine have helped”
- “I use a blue light filter on my phone and it really helps me”
- “They help take that pressure off my eyes and forehead so decrease the chances of a migraine.”
“I used to be an optical consultant for a UK wide opticians.Blue light filters were and remain controversial, with many denouncing the benefits due to lack of science.My personal experience is that they make unnatural lighting significantly more comfortable daily and reduce eye strain.”
- “They’ve been great for me. I suggest getting looser fitting frames that you use only @ home for comfort.”
So, Can Blue Light Glasses Help Stop Vertigo?
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