Visual Stress Videos
There are many videos on the Web posted about Visual Stress. I have selected a few of the more "official" and informative. Searching for Irlen Syndrome will…
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Hugh Kirby of ITV's Meridian Tonight reports on how precision colour is used to reduce Visual Stress, a neurological condition that leads to difficulty processing visual input, and is common with reading and learning difficulties, and migraines. The Intuitive Colorimeter is used to prescribe precision tinted lenses. This often enables people to read who had previously not been able to, or improve a child's reading age by over a year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eCBlS-n2sE
Although not about Visual Stress specifically, this video is about brain injury and highlights some of the side effects that are similar to those associated with Visual Stress. It has been shown in recent clinical scientific research that Visual Stress can be acquired following neurological damage following stroke, illness, or injury, and can be treated with precision colour using tinted lenses, overlays, or paper.
David Challinor, Editor of Optometry Today, the UK Association of Optometry's Member Publication, interviews the authors of "Vision and Reading Difficulties". They are Bruce Evans, director of research at the Institute of Optometry, Professor Arnold Wilkins, director of Visual Perception Unit at the University of Essex, and Peter Allen, principal lecturer and director of clinics at Anglia Ruskin University.
Visual Perceptual Dyslexia (Visual Stress) Part 5. What can be done? Dr. Paul R. Whiting PhD explains how to test and treat Perceptual Dyslexia also known as Irlen Syndrome. Please note that this video is several years old and precision tinting is now available from optometrists using other similarly precise methods such as those from Cerium Vistech, Chromagen and Thomson Software.