Migraine is often associated with a sensitivity to glare, and some patients are photophobic during an attack. Glare sensitivity may occur in response to bright lights and bold geometric patterns, particularly those of stripes.
This sensitivity is associated with a strong response in the visual cortex of the brain and may be reduced by using Precision Tinted Lenses.
Precision Tinted Lenses may also prevent migraine attacks. More often they enable patients to continue their daily activities despite attacks, and to cope in uncomfortable environments.
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