April 11, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Words that move from left to right or up and down, words that are blurry or come in and out of focus or words that appear to float on the page, seeing double words or double sentences, re-reading the same lines -- these are some of the reading difficulties that students everywhere are struggling with. These symptoms can cause headaches, nausea, and fatigue, loss of concentration and even avoidance of reading all together. Now there is hope with the new, patented and FDA cleared ChromaGen lenses. These lenses are a life changing aid for people with dyslexia and other reading disorders.
The ChromaGen lenses were developed by Dr.
, who has concluded after years of studying dyslexia the majority of people who have dyslexia see words that appear to be moving on the page in some way.
"Approximately 90 percent of these people who see words moving will benefit from ChromaGen lenses," said Harris, who has a PhD in Neurological Implications and Assistance for Reading Disability from Marylebone University in
. "Individuals that use ChromaGen lenses will experience instantaneous symptom relief. The patient will see an immediate improvement in reading speed, comprehension and even an improvement in handwriting."
"This is exciting technology," said Dr.
William Wong Jr.
, of Hawaii Vision Clinic. "Dyslexia and reading problems can negatively impact an individual for life. These lenses can offer an increase in reading speed and comprehension, skills necessary to succeed in life. ChromaGen lenses are not a cure for dyslexia or reading problems; they are a revolutionary treatment option where none previously existed."
The ChromaGen technology is an optical treatment option that employs sixteen different filtered lenses. The lenses modify lights' wavelength as it passes into each eye, which dynamically balances the speed of the information traveling along the neurological pathways to the brain. The result is that people are now seeing words and text is clear and in focus. They now enjoy reading free of headaches, nausea and fatigue.