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The first step to finding a solution for Visual Stress is to identify what is causing it.

The next step is to change the visual environment or how you see it.

Remove triggers

​Remove fluorescent lights, cover shiny surfaces, remove patterned artwork, wall treatment, and window coverings, soften paint colours, and block active spaces from the line of sight at home, school, and work.

Alter lighting

​Install LED commercial office lighting, ambient lighting, and task lighting that is dimmable, indirect, and provides low glare, diffused light. Avoid fluorescent tubes and other direct forms of light and try LED Smart bulbs that allow the colour of light to be custom selected.

Filter images

​Use computer screen and device screen filters, use tinted overlays on books and other reading materials, or wear precision tinted lenses to filter the whole visual environment. 


​Symptoms of migraine, photophobia, post-concussion symptoms, visual sensory processing disorder, ADHD and post-stroke vision problems.


Learning, reading, attention, mood, visual perception, balance, confidence, general health, behaviour, recovery time and the effectiveness of other therapies.


​Headache, eye pain and strain, light and screen sensitivity, nausea from movement, visual sensory overload and cognitive fatigue.

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