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Neurolenses are the first and only prescription lenses that add a contoured prism to bring the eyes into alignment, relieving the headaches, neck/shoulder pain and eyestrain that many people experience when using digital devices, reading or doing detail work.

Eye Misalignment May be the Culprit Behind Many of Your Symptoms

When the eyes aren’t in sync, the brain must do the work to compensate for the misalignment.  The additional work puts stress on the trigeminal nerve – the largest nerve in the brain and the one responsible for the majority of head and neck sensations.

Why am I Experiencing Symptoms?

Eye Misalignment & Trigeminal Dysphoria

  • When the eyes are out of sync, or misaligned, it puts higher demand on the visual system which must work constantly to compensate for the misalignment.
  • This can lead to overstimulation of the trigeminal nerve – the largest and most complex nerve connected to the brain, and the one responsible for sending sensations to the head, eyes and shoulders – resulting in visually induced Trigeminal Dysphoria.