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If you have a hard time sleeping after watching TV, cruising the internet at bedtime, or working all day beneath overhead fluorescent lighting, these "sleep" glasses might just change your life.

I tried $95 ‘sleep glasses’ that are designed for watching TV or surfing the web before bed, but they also took the edge off harsh office ...

If you have a hard time sleeping after watching TV, or working all day beneath overhead fluorescent lighting, Felix Gray's "sleep" glasses might just change your life.

The best women’s sunglasses you can buy

Sunglasses keep your eyes safe from the sun's glare and while adding style to any outfit. We've rounded up the best women's sunglasses.

These computer glasses reflect blue light and prevent screen-induced headaches — and they’re available with prescription lenses

Eyewear startup Felix Gray, known for their reflective computer glasses, recently started offering their styles with prescription lenses for $145 a pair.

30 celebrities who look totally different with glasses

From Gigi Hadid's bold frames to Prince William's thin rectangular specs, some celebrities look completely different when wearing glasses.

The online eyewear startup that sells frames for as low as $6 is having a major sale right now

Buy one pair of glasses and get the second pair half off at EyeBuyDirect with this promo code. Choose from over 1,200 frames starting at $6.

The online eyewear startup that sells frames for as low as $6 is having a major sale right now

Buy one pair of glasses and get the second pair half off at EyeBuyDirect with this promo code. Choose from over 1,200 frames starting at $6.

The one thing your sunglasses need if you’re doing snow or water sports, according to the founders of a luxury eyewear brand

Business Insider spoke to the founders of luxury eyewear brand Taylor Morris about all things sunglasses. The founders, Hugo Taylor and Charlie Morris, told us that it's key to wear polarized lenses when doing any snow or water sports.

2 companies control most of the sunglasses bought in the US

The Italian eyeglass conglomerate Luxottica is responsible for 60% of all sunglass sales in the US. Safilo is next with just 6% market share.