Buy an Azul tempered glass screen protector for your Moto G (3rd generation) smartphone from vella.ca and get it delivered to your home or office. We ship to Canada and the USA!
The 3rd generation Moto G has a 5" screen (measured diagonally). Moto G3 model number XT1540 (take off your back cover to check your model number). It is sold with Wind Mobile, Koodo, Fido, and Rogers plans and at Staples as an unlocked phone.
|Moto G3 inside bezel dimensions||138 mm (5.5") Height
69 mm (2 11/16") Width
Azul Tempered Glass Screen Protector:
- 9H scratch resistant hard tempered glass
- Anti-impact damage resistant
- Oleo-phobic tempered glass coating
- High transparency tempered glass
An Azul blue light screen protector:
- Filters blue light rays coming from your phone!
- Protects your eyes from the disruptive effects of blue light!
- Protects your screen from scratches and cracking!
- Allows the non-harmful light through the screen to give you clear and normal images!
- Protection against harmful solar UV and blue spectrum rays
- Surface hardness with Anti Scratch properties with Japanese Materials
- Prevention of trace oils and stains
- Sensitivity to touch sensor
- Anti-shock resiliency
You will love the Azul blue light screen protector for your Moto G! Shop from your phone and check out the latest on Twitter and Instagram before falling asleep, only if you are using a blue light screen protector.
Blue Light Disrupts Sleep
Blue light disrupts sleep because it is a melatonin-suppressor.
What does the color of artificial light have to do with sleep? A lot, according to scientific research. Exposure to artificial light at night is one of the most widespread and significant disruptors to sleep. Blue light is particularly aggressive in its disruption to sleep and to circadian rhythms (our body’s internal clock), according to a deep and growing body of scientific study. The screens of many digital devices, like phones, tablets, computers, and other LCD screens, emit high concentrations of blue light, ...
In today’s world, darkness—essential for sound, plentiful, high-quality sleep—must be sought out, and is often difficult to achieve. Darkness triggers critical physiological changes that pave the way for sleep, including the release of melatonin, a hormone that plays a central role in regulating circadian rhythms and enables normal sleep-wake patterns. Exposure to light in the evening hours can significantly delay the release of melatonin and shorten the length of time the body produces melatonin. Both of these changes disrupt normal circadian function and sleep. It’s not only light from smartphones or other devices held at close range to the face and body that have this negative impact. Research shows that typical room lighting in the hours before bedtime exerts a high degree of disruption to melatonin release and duration.
Blue light, as a growing body of research demonstrates, is an especially aggressive disruptor of melatonin, circadian rhythms, and sleep. Studies indicate that blue light may be twice as potent a melatonin-suppressor as other light wavelengths. Efforts to improve energy efficiency have increased our exposure to blue light. That’s because blue light is emitted in higher concentrations in many energy efficient light sources, including LED and other energy-efficient lighting and LCD screens for digital and electronic devices.
To truly address the health problems that result from excessive light exposure will require a comprehensive environmental solution. [Dr. Oz] uses lighting products that filter blue light so that light is not a factor for [his] family or [himself] in the evenings. http://blog.doctoroz.com/oz-experts/a-sleep-friendly-iphone-its-about-time
Sleep Expert and author of The Sleep Doctor's Diet Plan
Blue light filters
Blue light filters are proven to improve your sleep and your health, if you tend to use your mobile phone in the two hours before going to bed. Protect your health and save your eyes from macular degeneration.
All modern digital devices produce harmful blue light. This short wavelength light is known to cause eye strain and fatigue, as well as to increase the likelihood of eye diseases. It also suppresses the hormone melatonin, disturbing our sleep-wake cycle, and the production of the protective pigment melanin. Ocushield protects your eyes and sleep by cutting out the Blue Light transmittance.
Blue light protection may be even more important after cataract surgery
The lens in the adult human eye blocks nearly 100 percent of the sun's UV rays. As part of the normal aging process, the eye's natural lens eventually blocks some short-wavelength blue light as well — the type of blue light most likely to cause damage to the retina and lead to macular degeneration and vision loss.
If you have cataracts and are about to have cataract surgery, ask your surgeon what type of intraocular lens (IOL) will be used to replace your cloudy natural lens, and how much blue light protection the IOL provides. After cataract surgery you may benefit from using a blue light screen protector on your computer screen and on your other digital devices.
Azul blue light screen protector Bulk Pricing:
- Buy 2 - 5 and pay only $14.00 each
- Buy 6 - 9 and pay only $13.00 each
- Buy 10 - 19 and pay only $11.00 each
- Buy 20 - 29 and pay only $10.00 each
- Buy 30 or above and pay only $9.00 each