What You Can Do About Your Computer Sabotaging Your Health.

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If you're really serious about stopping your computer's ability to sabotage your health, your workouts, your fitness and your life, grab the Gunnar Optiks by clicking here and the HARAPad by clicking here – or keep reading to learn how they work.

Gunnar Optiks:

Eye strain happens.

You know what it feels like. That headache back behind your orbital lobes that sometimes makes you feel like throwing up after you've been staring at web pages or word documents hours.

It makes you not want to workout, or makes your workouts feel like crap.

It makes you grumpy, and your family knows to avoid you after you've spent the day in front of a computer.

“It” is called Eye Fatigue or Computer Vision Syndrome, and you're not alone. It happens to alot of internet marketers, computer workers, and anybody who stares at pixels and digital screens on a regular basis.

So here's the deal. If you could completely eliminate it by making just ONE SIMPLE CHANGE, would you?

gunnaroptiks2And what if that change made you look completely BAD ASS, like you just stepped out of “The Matrix”, or were the techie computer guy sitting in the back of the van during the kidnapping drug gangster ring bust?

You'd dig that, right?

I'd like to introduce you to a highly effective, wearable, fashionable, stylish solution that I have just discovered to actually eliminate all the damaging eye-strain that you can get from staring at a computer screen for several hours.

They're called “Gunnar Optiks“, and they're sweet, stylish glasses that not only look technically cool (AKA not geeky), but also will completely remove that computer-strain headache that you get when gazing into your laptop or desktop computer screen.

Who can use these specs?

-Internet Marketers

-Graphic Designers

-Computer Software Engineers


-Anybody Who Stares at A Computer Screen For More Than Two Hours Per Day

You are at risk for computer vision syndrome.

You can destroy eye fatigue, computer vision syndrome, screen glare and headaches AND look cool at the same time. Click here to grab your Gunnar Optiks. You'll love them, I promise.


And how about the other product…the HARAPad?

HARAPad is a homegrown business based in Grand Haven, Michigan, started by 3 mechanical engineering graduates.

When one of the co-founders' mothers was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, it hit a place close to home. This event inspired a large personal research endeavor to learn more about cancer. Through further reasearch on several suspected causes of cancer, he found a recurring topic in electromagnetic radiation (EMR). He then assembled a team of two additional engineers to further his cause, and attempt to find what devices were producing this EMR. This group began meeting several times a week pouring over research and testing in their spare time.

Armed with a Gaussmeter and pages of doctoral reports, the team found in their research a significant amount of electromagnetic radiation generated from laptops. The idea to develop a radiation reducing product grew into a design, and the design into a verified product right in the home of the co-founder. After 2 years of extensive testing, idea conceptualizing, result verification, and design optimization, the Heat And Radiation Attenuating pad, or HARAPad, was born.

As I mention in the video, I've been using the HARAPad and am absolutely floored by the difference.

So if you're really serious about stopping your computer's ability to sabotage your health, your workouts, your fitness and your life, grab the Gunnar Optiks by clicking here and the HARAPad by clicking here.

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6 thoughts on “What You Can Do About Your Computer Sabotaging Your Health.

  1. Jay says:

    Hi Ben!

    I currently own blue light blocking glasses but am looking for something to protect my hands from radiation? I had hand surgery (year and a half ago) and can feel discomfort when using laptops for extended periods of time. Any suggestions?

    Appreciate the help!

  2. Jakub says:

    Hi Ben,

    What are your thoughts about GUNNARs having 0,2 diopters? I don’t like it. I think I will choose another nondiopter brand.

    Thank you for your knowledge. Cya


    1. They've never really bugged me, but Swannies and Ra are good alternatives… BenGreenfieldFitness.com/swannies BenGreenfieldFitness.com/raoptics (Code: BEN10)

  3. Pati says:

    Hey Ben, I now own three different pair of blue light blocking glasses. I recently received the Swanwick’s and am loving them. I also have the Gamma Ray and Gunnar Sheadog, with the Crystalline lens tint…not sure about the latter. How effective these are since they are crystalline lens and not yellow? Would you know or should I ask Gunnar directly? I spent so much money on those that I don’t want to just let them go to waste…not use them.

    1. The crystalline aren't going to block as much blue light as the amber-colored glasses.

  4. Michael says:

    Using a HaraPad for heat transfer is okay, but for electromagnetic radiation is just bad science.

    Here's a link http://www.skepdic.com/emf.html

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