World first Eye Care App that 100 protect from Mobile Screen Effetct

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Oct 12, 2016 6:07:25 PM via Website

As much as we depend on our mobile devices for viewing and responding to emails, checking the weather, reading headline news, and posting status updates on Facebook, our smartphones may be causing us some vision problems. Staring at those tiny screens can bring on an array of eye issues such as blurred vision, headaches, sore eyes, headaches, muscle strain and dry eye.image
According to Jeff Taylor, M.D., Medical Director for, at least 1 out of every 4 eye patients complains about eye strain due to reading text on a small screen. Normally, we blink about 15 times per minute, but this rate decreases by half when we are staring at our smartphone. As we squint to read these miniature screens, our facial, neck and shoulder muscles tighten, eyes become fatigued and vision can be blurred or strained. This series of symptoms is known as Computer Vision Syndrome.

Smartphones can also cause other issues as well. The iPhone’s newest update seems to affect balance and stability with the new icons zooming in and out. Users have complained of dizziness. Reading in bed can affect sleep patterns due to the blue light emitted from the screen. This light can decrease levels of melatonin and make it harder to fall asleep. For all the help that our phones and electronic devices offer, they are literally giving us a headache.
The answer is not to stop using your smartphone.
FREE screen filter for Eye Care from Blue Light
With just one-click, you can activate the screen filter that can easily reduce the strain on your eyes
Screen Filter with Calm Color designed for optimized Eye Careimage

The screen filter can help you use your phone with readability that automatically adjusts the screen filter to be optimized for great and optimized for eye care and experiencing strainful eyes
This app just does not reduce the brightness of the screen but also adjusts the blue light emitting from the screen to reduce the strain on your eyes
HexardLabs, Inc