Thankfully, Neurolux™ lenses with FL- 41 technology are designed to block painful light before it hits your eyes. The powerful technology is proven to reduce monthly migraines and improve symptoms when headaches occur. It can also help you manage blepharospasm (eye twitch). In some people, blepharospasm might be triggered by bright lights. NeuroluxTM lenses block those irritating wavelengths, helping you see clearly and reduce spasms.
Neurolux™ lenses are science-approved and ready to help you feel your best.
It can be hard to figure out what’s causing your headaches or migraines, but there are a few common triggers you may be facing. These triggers range from damaging sitting positions to excessive screen use and more. After consulting a medical professional, keep an eye out for patterns like getting headaches after reading — you might identify the cause of your pain, which is the first step in learning how to relieve headaches.
We know Neurolux™ Soothing Lenses can relieve headaches, but how does that work in everyday life?
We’ve talked about some general methods for reducing headaches with Neurolux™ lenses, now let’s get more specific: getting rid of tension headaches.
Tension headaches are the most common type of headache. Experts say as many as 2 in 3 adults deal with these headaches — meaning well over 60% of the population has experienced them.
We don’t know their exact cause, but medical experts point out a few main symptoms. These symptoms may be brought on by factors like irritating indoor lighting and stress.
Pain on both sides of the head
Some headaches only affect certain areas of the head. In contrast, tension headaches tend to affect both sides of the head. They may also cause pain along the face and neck.
Feelings of tightness or pressure around the head
Tension headaches often involve a “tight” sensation. This may feel like a band or vice around your head.
Headaches sometimes include a throbbing sensation — but tension headaches do not.
Mild to moderate pain
Tension headaches are very uncomfortable, but they aren’t severe. You should always talk to a medical professional to properly address your level of pain.
Although the exact cause of tension headaches is unknown, there are still ways to reduce their frequency and pain level.
Try these methods to relieve your symptoms.
As we talked about, Neurolux™ lenses work by filtering light that can cause headaches or make them worse. But what’s the science here?
Human eyes have cells that detect light. These cells work with your brain and a special nerve, which in turn allows you to see. You can think of these connections as little pathways. Light enters the pathway via the cornea (part of your eye) before your brain starts to interpret what it’s seeing.
This is known as photophobia. Some of the cells involved with light detection can be especially sensitive to blue and green wavelengths, which can in turn lead to new or worsening headaches.
That’s where Neurolux™ lenses come in.
For a lot of people, stopping headaches before they develop is the main goal — and Neurolux™ can help. To avoid headache triggers, wear Neurolux™ glasses in environments with a lot of artificial lighting.
As we talked about earlier, invisible pulsing from fluorescent lights can cause headaches or make them worse — so try wearing your Neurolux™ lenses in grocery stores, sports centers, medical facilities, and gyms. These environments often have a lot of fluorescent lights, and avoiding those lights could reduce your risk of headaches.
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