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Navigating the balance between work and life in the digital world is proving to be more of a challenge every day. Maybe work requires you to dedicate your days to connecting and networking over a computer screen, or maybe you feel like your job is centered around conference calls and Skype sessions with international clients. But what happens when you come home? After a full day’s work, you’d think our natural instinct would be to want to unwind and disconnect from technology all together. But the reality is, we don’t. We scroll through our social media pages, plug into a video game, and sometimes even escape our lives in the world of a great TV show or movie. While we may not be able to escape the harmful effects of blue light in our professional lives, it’s imperative that we find ways to manage it in our personal lives.

With the help and advice of the pros at Scottsdale’s Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics, we’re taking a deeper look at the negative effects of blue light and how you can protect yourself from it in your day-to-day life.