For me TV isn't an issue because I don't watch much, and rarely in the evening. If I do watch in the evening I go into my TV settings and turn the backlight all the way down. Another option if your TV service has it is to use their smartphone or tablet TV app to watch TV using one of these blue light blocking filters
. I put this on my phone in the early evening so anytime I use it before bed I'm not looking into blue light. There are same for tablets and I think other phones but just didn't see it quickly. I use it over
Apple's iPhone Night Shift feature, which I leave on all day to cut the screen glare.
You could also watch a TV show on a computer screen, or just record it for daytime viewing. Unless you don't use OS X, Windows or Linus, why not download and use f.lux for your computer screen?
I always found incandescent bulbs kind of a murky light in the evening. I've never liked them much and now I think the US is phasing them out? I went through a phase using GE Reveal bulbs and for a while loved they way they brought out the true color of things. But now they seem to bright and I'm sure have a lot of blue light so not good in the evening.
I also think
the incandescent bulbs are putting out blue light in the evening. As you mention the blue light blocking glasses are the cheapest all-purpose/room/situation solution, but I'm feeling drawn, bank account notwithstanding, to creating a home ambience that mimics the earth's rotations while I wander around carefree of a strange appliance over my face being fodder for my husband's funky sense of humor
I'm also interested in the below cabinet lighting strips for the kitchen since we have nothing for that right now. And the white/color bulbs allow for a sort of lavender and similar range that might be interesting for meditation. Green light for a money ritual to pay for this
ApoE 3/4 > Thanks in advance for any responses made to my posts.