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Nov 242018
 

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Eyes feel tired during night reading on the phone?

Have trouble in sleeping after long time watching phone screen?

What is blue light?

It’s part of a natural light spectrum, which disturbs the circadian rhythm and causes sleeplessness, headache and bad eye health. Unlike red light night shade, screen light bluelight blocks the secretion of melatonin, sleep hormone, and causes restlessness. Retinal neurons are in danger if night filter anti glare is not used after twilight for eye care.

Blue light from your smartphone or tablet causes strain on your eyes and prevents you from falling asleep easily at night.
This app adjusts your screen color to reduce the blue light and helps your eyes to relax, making it easier for you to fall asleep.

The negative effects of blue light flux are:

• Eye strain, tired eyes and bad eye health
• Higher risk of glaucoma, and cataract
• Phase shifting of the circadian rhythm, restlessness, and suppression of melatonin
• Chronic migraine pain and activation of the trigeminal nerve
• Chronic headache
• Insomnia, sleepless night time and sleeplessness

Night Shift – Blue Light Filter for Migraine as your anti glare night screen and warmlight night mode helps you by relieving eye strain and chronic headache during night reading. Its red light night shade is best for eye care against light blue rays from
screen light that cause glaucoma, melatonin deficiency, and sleepless night time – insomnia. Cataract often develops slowly, so start your tired eyes care and improve eye health with bluelight filter by using it as a twilight night light as soon as possible!

Features:
● Reduce blue light
● Adjustable filter intensity
● Save power
● Very easy to use
● Built-in screen dimmer
● Eye protector from screen light

Night Shift – Blue Light Filter for Migraine includes:

+ Premade blue light filters – Use one of 5 anti glare bluelight flux filters to activate night mode and warmlight (red light) for eye care against natural light blue rays. Relieve eye strain, macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataract with night filter during sleepless night reading.

+ Saving and editing night mode filters – Create and edit a night shift filter to rest your tired eyes from screen light or make a set of night filters to protect eyes, fix circadian rhythm, sleeplessness, insomnia and lack of melatonin after twilight.

+ Dimming below system minimum – Use “Dim” night screen option to protect eyes from natural light blue rays. It’s best for good eye health and chronic headache relief during night reading because it gives a night shade warmlight in form of a night light.

+ Temperature customization – Use “Temperature” palette to set a warmlight (night mode) or cooler tint to your blue light filter. Twilight looking red light colors are recommended as a bluelight flux filter for tired eyes and used as a night shift for eye strain, chronic migraine relief, and sleepless restlessness.

+ Color customization – Use “Color” palette to adjust the color tint, intensity and dim for your night screen. Night filter provides eye care and relief from migraine pain caused by screen light.

+ RGB customization – Use “RGB” to fine-tune your natural light night reading filter. “R” – red light, “G” – green, “B” – light blue. Night light rests tired eyes with night shade and increase melatonin and prevent glaucoma.

+ Automatic filter schedule – Choose the times in which the anti glare night mode will shift on and off to improve eye health. Ensure that blue light filter is always turned on after twilight to prevent cataract and fight insomnia and restlessness.

+ Reduce power usage – Bluelight flux night shift reduces the night screen power usage. Use natural light filters to reduce night light power usage while relieving chronic headache and repairing circadian rhythm curing your sleeplessness.

– It’s Paid App!
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