Improving health & behaviour
By accommodating for visual stress with filters, overlays, lighting changes or other environmental modifications, visual perception is improved, and images become clearer, cleaner, and less distorted. It becomes easier to do things where visual clarity and perception is required – which is almost everything we do.
Leads to less eye strain and improvements in reading and activities where clear vision is required – it also leads to a reduction of eye pain and frustration.
Improved perception of text:
Leads to a reduction in perceptual distortions that can be distracting and contribute to tracking problems when reading, and attention and concentration difficulties.
Improved perception of the visual environment:
Leads to improvements in depth perception, balance and coordination, and a reduction in anxiety, dizziness and vertigo related issues.
Light sensitivity is often a problem for individuals with visual stress. They perceive light as brighter than it really is and they sense flicker that others may not. When perception is improved, the triggers of fluorescent lights and computer screens can be more easily tolerated.
When the brain is calmed, there is more energy for cognitive function, reducing fatigue.