Where can you buy FL-41 tinted glasses
Have you Googled them yet?
Several months of daily migraines. Working on meds. Probably related to a neck injury. And lots of dietary and environmental triggers. Definitely have issues with bright lights. Was an issue at work with the fluorescent lights. Wore a special hat like card dealers wear! Took a tube out of the fixture even. Now I’m home and a new problem. All the gray skies and I usually ski. Can’t now. So I have a special light to help release the “happy” me and my migraines prevent me from using it!!! Too… read more
Christine are those prescription or where can you purchase them. Looking for something for the samething. I wear glasses and contacts. But I haven't been able to wear contacts because of the Bell's… read more
My Neuro wants me to try the migraine glasses with the FL-41 tint- has anyone tried these? Photophobia is a big part of my TN attacks, so I can see the benefit if they really work, but it's an expensive proposition to get them in prescription. (Because I am also blind as a bat. )
Axon uses the FL41 tint. That's why I purchased them.
Bought Theraspecs online for a friend. both rose and dark brown. she uses the rose colored ones for indoor but be warned they are kind of pricey. She also wears prescription readers. I found out that… read more
We both get migraines and a trigger can be using screens. We don't have a choice about using them - I have to work with them and she has to use an iPad for school work. Does anyone have recommendations or comments about this kind of thing? Thanks!
I have tried several different types of blue light blocking glasses with no luck, however I did not spend a lot of money, in fact the last pair I wore 15 minutes and they gave me a nasty headache. I… read more
Has anyone used glasses tinted to block blue/green light? My photo sensitivity seems to be getting worse. I were glasses and have prescription sunglasses, but I find it a hassle going form one pair to another and don't like being inside with the sunglasses on. My prescription is expensive and I wear my glasses all the time so buying a non prescription to try is not an option,
I got a the most inexpensive frames and asked for my prescription to be (mid) pink tinted lenses with anti-glare
Not pretty on me, but they do help to block out harsh, glaring blue light. My eyes… read more
My neuro eye doc prescribed Neurolens for my headaches. They are prism/progressive glasses. I haven't picked them up yet. T hey are supposed to be hard to get used to.Mikayla
I'm so sorry
I've been having more trouble with getting migraines from being on the computer. By any chance, can wearing prescription sunglasses help prevent or lessen the trouble with migraines?
my medicine for migranes ...Imitrex...
Bright light is definitely a trigger and even when light wasn't the particular trigger when a migraine starts I often wear sunglasses indoors. I even had to put them on during church Sunday because the sunlight was glaring off of the snow on a hill across the street from our church. The window it was coming in was on the other side of the sanctuary and just barely in my peripheral vision, that was an unwelcome first. I wear sunglasses outside most of the time now too, ever since I had cataract… read more
My neurologist suggested the Theraspecs, the pink look made me conscious of how they would look on me. However after reading all the good feedback I think I'm going to try them!! thank you everyone… read more
I have the over the prescription glasses kind of sunglasses which I wear even on cloudy. When I skied (can’t now d/t neck issues ie no discs left from yrs of mogul and competitive skiing)! I wear the… read more