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For better performance at school, at work or at home, children and adults need to

Dr. Lite lighting and screen protectors are proven to help.

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DR. LITE- Blue Light Reducing Lighting and Screen Protectors

TheONLY medical-grade productsmade to protect against the harmful effects of blue light.

Dr. Lite protects

young eyes.

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Too much time with devices overexposes you to harmful blue light. Our products reduce glare and reveal more detail for better studying, working and crafting.

Dr. Lite promotes

proper sleep patterns.

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Too much blue light, especially close to bedtime, inhibits melatonin production. Our products benefit the body’s natural circadian rhythm necessary for better sleep habits.

Dr. Lite improves

attention and focus.

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Too much overstimulation from blue light disrupts attention. Our products limit this exposure to limit hyperactivity and support better focus.

"We’ve field tested the Dr. Lite products to show that real world use supports the scientific data. Simply put, less harmful blue light helps children and adults who have eyestrain, headaches, hyperactivity and trouble sleeping. Parents must be told about this!"

Dr. Terry Lee Forrest, practicing ophthalmologist in Goldsboro, NC

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MEDICAL-GRADE LIGHTING

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patented blue light reduction technology
significantly reduces glare
ergonomic design

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COMPUTER AND MOBILE DEVICE SCREEN PROTECTORS

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blue light-filtering material
reduces glare, improves clarity
won't harm screen

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EYE CARE SCIENCE AND NEWS ARTICLES

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harmful effects of blue light
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blue light reduction effectiveness

"We are all susceptible to eye strain, but children in particular are vulnerable because their eyes are not fully formed. The harmful portion of the blue light spectrum also suppresses the production of melatonin that is essential to regulating a person’s internal clock and getting the proper amount and quality of sleep."

Dr. Edward J. Huggett, board-certified optometric physician