Axon Optics FL-41 Tinted Migraine Glasses & Lenses Reviews

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Axon Optics FL-41 Tinted Migraine Glasses & Lenses

The Axon Optics FL-41 tinted migraine relief glasses and lenses are anti-glare glasses which can be used to block undesirable light both indoors and outdoors. Its unique technology filters out the harsh light and has been clinically shown to reduce both the frequency and severity of migraines.

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The most common symptom of a migraine is light sensitivity and for many chronic sufferers certain types of light can actually trigger a migraine. To help with migraine concerns, Axon Optics had come up with therapeutic FL-41 tinted glasses & lenses. Axon Optics FL-41 Tinted Migraine Glasses and lenses are therapeutic with SpectraShield Logo technology which blocks the painful light. The Axon Optics FL-41 tinted migraine relief glasses and lenses are anti-glare glasses which can be used to block undesirable light both indoors and outdoors. There are different indoor and outdoor glasses and lens and also transition glasses and lenses which can be be used both indoors and outdoors.

Its unique technology filters out the harsh light and has been clinically shown to reduce both the frequency and severity of migraines. It also offers relief to people with general light sensitivity. Read on to know more about Axon Optics FL-41 Tinted Migraine Glasses & Lenses.

Axon Optics – Company Introduction

Axon Optics is a high tech startup that was set up by three individuals with different expertise. A neuro-ophthalmologist, photonics researcher, and ophthalmic entrepreneur got together in mid 2010 to aid people with photosensitive migraine. They used the latest research performed at the University of Utah’s Moran Eye Center to launch its product line.

Axon Optics’s first product line was based upon FL-41 glasses and lenses which were launched in June 2011. Since then, there have been continuous improvements in the lenses and frames. Research is ongoing at the University of Utah and other clinics to constantly develop improved eye wear for light sensitive conditions.

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