The "Blue-light hazard" - Defined as the potential for a photochemical induced retinal injury resulting from electromagnetic radiation exposure at wavelengths primarily between 400–500nm.
The mechanisms for photochemical induced retinal injury are caused by the absorption of light by photoreceptors in the eye. Under normal conditions when light hits a photoreceptor, the cell bleaches and becomes useless. Therefore, prolonged exposure over long periods can result in severe damage to your eye and failure t send signals through the optic nerves to the brain for processing.
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