Where do you get TheraSpecs?
The best place for purchasing our precision-tinted eyewear is through our website: theraspecs.com. We offer comprehensive information and photos of each style as well as custom order options such as prescription lenses and Send in your Own Frame.
Which is better axon or TheraSpecs?
Axon lenses let more good light pass through than Theraspecs, which helps you avoid becoming more light sensitive. I’ve tried other brands of [lenses] to help with my photophobia, migraines, and cyber sickness. So far, the Axon Optics are the best.
Do TheraSpecs really work?
After more than five years in business, nearly 90% of the tens of thousands who have used precision-tinted TheraSpecs glasses have experienced relief for their migraine-related light sensitivity. Some of the reported benefits include: Reduction in total migraine attacks, especially those induced by light.
How do you wear TheraSpecs?
How much should I wear them? Wear your TheraSpecs whenever light is bothering you and/or when you are around known light triggers, such as fluorescent and LED lights, mobile and device screens or sunlight. They can also help whenever your eyes are “busy,” such as watching TV, using a computer, or reading.
Do blue light glasses prevent migraines?
There is not, as yet, definitive evidence that they prevent or decrease eye strain, much less prevent migraines or other health issues as promoted by those selling these lenses. Blue light does not cause eye health deterioration, so blocking it will not stop eye damage.
How much are TheraSpecs?
$99.00 & FREE Shipping.
Which migraine glasses are the best?
Sunglasses with dark, polarized lenses (with or without FL-41) are another good option for bright sunlight, as they reduce scattered light, which causes glare. Wraparound frames can shield your eyes from the effects of light on your peripheral vision as well.
Do rose tinted glasses help with migraines?
Rose-colored lenses help prevent migraines and relieve light sensitivity by filtering certain wavelengths that are particularly problematic for those who have sensitive eyes or are prone to migraines. This is achieved by a filter called FL-41, which Axon Optics modified over the last decade for maximum migraine relief.
Does TheraSpecs block blue light?
TheraSpecs® are therapeutic blue light glasses that filter out the harmful light that triggers migraines, headaches, eyestrain, and other conditions.
What color glasses help with migraines?
Green Lenses — Studies have found that a narrow band of green light is less likely than other light wavelengths to exacerbate light sensitivity and migraine overall. It has also been shown to improve migraine and headache pain during an attack for some patients.
What color is best for migraines?
In the current study, Burstein and colleagues found that of all light to which migraine sufferers are exposed, a narrow band of green light worsens migraine significantly less than all other colors of light and that at low intensities green light can even reduce headache pain.
Where can I buy theraspecs?
The third option for purchasing TheraSpecs is through Ebay. Here, we primarily sell what we call our outlet pairs. They offer the same therapeutic relief but have a minor defect—usually on the frame—which is why they are available at a significant discount.
What are theraspecs® blue light glasses?
Fashionable and therapeutic blue light glasses for light sensitivity, migraine and post-concussion relief. TheraSpecs® are therapeutic blue light glasses that filter out the harmful light that triggers migraines, headaches, eyestrain, and other conditions. Not all blue light is equal.
What are thertheraspecs?
TheraSpecs are therapeutic blue light glasses that filter out the harmful light that triggers migraines, headaches, eyestrain, and other conditions. Not all blue light is equal.
Why choose theraspecs lenses?
Ship it! BETTER THAN SUNGLASSES: TheraSpecs lenses are precision-tinted to block blue light that can trigger or worsen migraine, post-concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and other chronic conditions.