Optomize your prescription eyeglasses

Over the past few months, I’ve been getting some bad headaches, and after my latest brain scans turned up, nothing unusual for my brain I had my eyes checked. Not just checked, but more thoroughly examined than ever before through a process called optomization in Canada or neurolens in the USA . The process is based on the connection between eyes and brain,and I highly recommend it to anyone who has had a stroke because it can help with things like spatial reasoning and balance. For instance, I suffer from left side neglect from my stroke, and you’ll never guess what they did to address it. There is now a small peice of translucent tape on the inner corner of my right lens that forces my left eye to connect with my brain better, giving me somewhat better balance and making the neglect far less. Also, I’m now wearing a bifocal for the first time ever, and I’m liking it . The exam and glasses were somewhat pricey but well worth it for the improvements that I’m seeing. And the headaches are gone.

So, without further ado,here I am in my new glasses …

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