Phones always emit blue light which is always dangerous to our eyes during the night. If you have to use your phone at night you should make sure the following things are in place before you starting using your smartphone.
1. Make sure the room is well lit
Using your phone in a dark room increases your chances of having eyesight problems because the blue light emitted from the phone's screen is dangerous. If the room is well-lit the concentration of the light coming from the device won’t be hitting your eyes directly thus reducing the pressure and keeping your eyes at rest.
2. Use Blue light filtering glasses
These glasses will be used to filter the light and ensure your eyes are well protected when using the phone at night. In case you don't have these glasses you can still use sunglasses they will save the same purpose.
3. Put on eye care mode
Lastly, when using the phone at night ensure that eye care mode or night mode is activated. This will filter the blue light that is emitted by the device you are using.
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