Reading Deficiencies

Vision-related learning problems affect the ability to read, comprehend and even do math.

1 in 4 U.S. Students Struggle with a Vision-Related Reading Issue

 

Eyes can be tested at 20/20, but some patients still report vision issues that can negatively impact learning and reading. For patients who struggle with reading, it may be an issue with the eyes working together or a sensitivity to light. Many are unaware of the problem.

 

Undiagnosed, these issues can cause words to be blurry, out of focus or appear to move on the page, which can frequently lead to headaches, nausea or eye fatigue.

 

Special ChromoGen® lenses slow down the light to the “right” speed for each eye, allowing them to better work together. ChromoGen lenses balance the signal sent to the brain, allowing it to process the information more efficiently and accurately.

 

Symptoms that ChromoGen addresses:

  • Lose your place or concentration
  • Re-read the same lines
  • Headaches, tired eyes or nausea
  • Sensitivity to bright light
  • Words that move up and down or side to side
  • Words that appear to “float” on the page
  • Double words or double sentences
  • Words that come in and out of focus
  • Blurry words

 

 

 

 

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