When the eye/brain processing system is unbalanced, a dyslexic person may experience symptoms such as: blurring or doubling words, words moving on the page, headaches, nausea, fatigue, eyestrain and reduced reading speed and comprehension. Both eyes must work together for efficient reading. When the eyes are in sync, blurry words come into focus and moving words come to a stop. ChromaGen users say that the words now stand still and the ease of reading is greatly improved. They also report a reduction in headaches, nausea, and fatigue.
ChromaGen does not claim to be a cure for dyslexia. It is a symptomatic treatment option employing eyeglasses and contact lenses. If you struggle with words that move on the page, you will benefit from the ChromaGen technology only if you wear your ChromaGen lenses, (contacts or eyeglasses). If you stop wearing your ChromaGen lenses the symptoms of headaches, nausea and fatigue and the words moving on the page will resume.