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Reading is one of the most important skills for children to acquire. Reading has a fundamental impact on basic skills in the overall learning process such as counting, writing understanding and processing sentences. It is essential in tulle interactions in the classroom, school and other environments. Unfortunately, reading difficulties are common in children especially in the elementary school age.
Those who suffer from reading disorders from an early age often do not catch up with time and carry their problems with them throughout their school careers. Behavioral problems and unwarranted absences in secondary school often resultanp caused by frustration due to failure and difficulties in reading. Therefore, it is important to be aware of existing and easily applicable methods that can help children improve reading skills and reduce their stress. Reading involves complex visual and cognitive processes. Printed text is a set of letters dispersed on horizontal lines; sometimes the repetition of groups of letters can causaer abnormal visual effects, such as illusory colors, sparkles, and vertical movements throughout the body of the text. These illusions are frequently accompanied by somatic reactions such as nausea, eyestrain, headaches, and reading fatigue. Readers who are affected by these discouraging symptoms may, for example, complain of the "blinding whiteness" of the page and the feeling that the letters are "moving," "tipping over," and "blurring."
These unpleasant experiences are referred to as visual stress. Visual stress refers not only to the perceptual distortion and difficulty that can be elicited while reading, but also to similar experiences in other environments where stripes, dots, repeated geometric patterns, or flickering lights appear uncomfortably. Looking at television, computer screens, or even whiteboards can be visually stressful in these cases. Visual stress is also called Meares-Irlen Syndrome, or Scotopic Sensitivity, and is also often reported as Visual Dyslexia. This disorder is believed to be caused by a specific wavelength within the color spectrum that over-stimulates certain parts of the visual cortex, disturbing the perception of the image of black text on a white background. Changing the colored background to a hue that filters out the disruptive wavelength can drastically improve aspects of visual perception involved in reading and writing. When a person identifies the right filter tint, attention time, reading speed and fluency, and text comprehension can improve.
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  • Neutral filters
  • Clip-on
  • Graduated lenses
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for dyschromatopsia

Color blindness is a disorder that involves an 'incorrect perception of colors by the subject. This disorder is caused by an inherited alteration in photoreceptors and affects male patients to a greater extent. Dactonism is generally distinguished into achromatopsia, which is a deficit in the vision of all three primary colors-red, green, and blue-and dyschromatopsia, which involves a deficit in the vision of one of the three primary colors. This is called deuteranopia if the disorder involves green-red; if the confusion involves red-blue/green, it is called protanopia; and finally, if it involves blue and yellow, the disorder is called tritanopia.

Diagnosis is made by a chromatic color recognition examination. Often the Ishiara tables (numerical tables designed to perform a rapid test in color recognition) are used or, to investigate further, the Farnsworth test, which consists of putting a series of colors in the correct tonal sequence, can be performed.

Rainbow Lenses are photoselective filters that selectively re-synchronize and change, in a dynamically balanced format, the wavelength of each color of light entering both eyes, enabling discrimination and improved color perception. Clinical studies show that 95% of patients report significant improvement in color vision, which appears brighter, richer and more vivid in hues, finally perceived for the first time.

This type of lens can definitely:
  • Improve overall color perception
  • Make colors clearer and sharper
  • Enable the observation and discrimination of previously invisible shades of color
  • Improve color naming
  • Improve performance on color vision tests
While of great help, it is unrealistic:
  • Cure the deficit in color vision
  • Provide the immediate ability to name colors
  • Enable reading on all color vision tests

Rainbow lenses do not cure dyschromatopsia.
Rainbow lenses are available as both filters and graded lenses.


Three trial sets are available for Rainbow lenses
set consisting of 10 pairs of lenses for dyslexia and dyschromatopsia on metal ring for trial glasses
set consisting of 3 pairs of lenses for dyschromatopsia on metal ring for trial spectacles

set consisting of 7 pairs of dyslexia lenses on metal ring for trial spectacles
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