Digital devices have transformed life, often for the better, but in one apparent way for the worse. Staring at screens, as pretty much everyone does, can lead to eyestrain and fatigue, headaches, poor sleep quality and, from the looks of emerging research, earlier-onset blindness from age-related macular degeneration.

But you can change this with nutrition, and these five supplement picks can help in the process.

Bausch + Lomb PreserVision AREDS 2 Formula

The National Eye Institute’s 2013 AREDS2 study used a formulation produced by Bausch + Lomb. This supplement contains the exact same levels of all six clinically validated nutrients: 500 mg vitamin C, 400 IU vitamin E, 80 mg zinc, 2 mg copper, 10 mg lutein and 2 mg zeaxanthin. 

EyeScience Macular Health Formula

Contains 100 percent of vitamins C and E, lutein, zeaxanthin and copper used in the AREDS studies, plus 50 percent of the zinc. This solid formulation also contains the herbs bilberry and eyebright. 

Nature’s Sunshine Perfect Eyes

Uses the ingredients tested in both AREDS studies, although at somewhat different dose levels (and, in the case of vitamin E, none at all). This pick features a proprietary blend of antioxidant ingredients to protect eyes from free radical damage. 

Ridgecrest Herbals EssentialEyes

Includes two branded ingredients—VisionAid Herbal Blend and Lutemax 2020—in effective doses to aid circulation and boost intake of protective carotenoids lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin. The product won a 2017 Nexty Award for the best condition-specific supplement. 

Twinlab Ocuguard Blutein Protection

Twinlab offers three different supplement lines with a foundation of the same ingredients and doses used in the 2017 study on blue light and macular carotenoids. Protection includes blueberry and kelp, Performance contains caffeine (helpful for the up-all-night gamer) and Chewables are great for kids hooked on your iPad.