These videos demonstrate the condition, the solutions and the impact of Visual Stress (a.k.a. Meares-Irlen syndrome) has on people's lives.
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CTV Morning Live - About Visual Stress
Karen Monet from Opticalm presents on the CTV morning show. The process of Colorimetry is used to help people with visual stress who experience light sensitivity and perceptual difficulties associated with migraine, reading difficulties, and concussion or other head injury.
Visual Stress Canada - Interview with Arnold Wilkins
This interview with Dr. Arnold Wilkins, head of the Visual Perception Unit at the University of Essex, runs through the research into the condition, the different neurological symptoms that often co-exist with Visual Stress, how colour works to alleviate the symptoms and how recent brain scans bring us closer to an understanding of the causes of Visual Stress.
Optometry Today - Supporters of colour filters take on their critics
Dr. Bruce Evans and Professor Arnold Wilkins are interviewed by Optometry Today to explain visual stress, who precision tinted filters help and why. They explain optometry guidelines for the use of Intuitive Colorimetry, determining the genuine cases that might be helped, and how the resulting precision tinted filters help to relieve symptoms.
ITV Meridian Tonight - Report on Colorimetry
Hugh Kirby of ITV's Meridian Tonight reports on how precision colour is used to reduce Visual Stress, a condition where overstimulation of the visual cortex leads to a difficulty in processing visual input. Selecting the right colour through Intuitive Colorimetry has been shown to calm the brain and help people with a range of symptoms, most suffered during or after reading, including migraines and light sensitivity.