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Migraine Glasses Give Freedom From Painful Light Sensitivity

Migraine light sensitivity can affect as many as 80-90% of people with migraine, the second most common symptom behind headache. TheraSpecs use precision-tinted migraine lenses to block the specific light that causes migraines or worsens attacks after they start. This is what makes our glasses uniquely rose tinted and able to provide natural migraine relief. TheraSpecs have also been thoughtfully designed to stop light from above and the sides and are ultra-lightweight and flexible to minimize pressure on already-sensitive heads.

TheraSpecs indoor glasses for migraines are lightly tinted to protect you from harmful interior light, such as fluorescent lighting or LEDs and computer and device screens. These light sources are high in blue light and TheraSpecs migraine glasses block up to 25 times more blue light than other blue light glasses.1 TheraSpecs outdoor sunglasses for migraines have dark and polarized lenses to block bright sunlight and nasty outside glare. Discounted indoor and outdoor combos are also available. With multiple frame options available and the choice to send in your own frame, you can also make sure to find migraine relief that fits your style.Protection and relief with TheraSpecs migraine glasses

Research shows that TheraSpecs:

  • Reduce migraines and headaches
  • Relieve migraine-related light sensitivity
  • Protect you from fluorescent lights

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TheraSpecs Migraine Glasses Reviews

Thousands of migraineurs have tried TheraSpecs with nearly 90% experiencing some level of relief. These migraine glasses reviews highlight many of their stories.

What customers are saying

Jacqueline wearing indoor migraine glasses, Audrey TheraSpecs
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★★★★★
AMAZED AT THE CHANGE
“In the three weeks since I received my first pair of TheraSpecs I have not had a single migraine. I’m simply amazed at the change, all from a specific tint on a pair of eyeglasses. They feel like a muscle relaxer for your eyeballs.”
-Jacqueline, Dublin, Ireland

Gerry wearing indoor migraine glasses, Wrap TheraSpecs
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★★★★★
MADE IT GO AWAY
“I have still not had a migraine attack since…they were delivered. That’s almost 3 full months, and I still have not had a migraine attack. TheraSpecs did not just make the problem better. They practically made it go away.”
-Gerry R., United Kingdom

Ash wearing indoor TheraSpecs migraine glasses, Keaton frame
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★★★★★
A GAME CHANGER
“I got these glasses from TheraSpecs to help with my migraines, and they’ve seriously been a game changer. If you’re often triggered by screen light/fluorescent lights or just FRIGGIN light in general check them out.”
-Ash, Texas, USASee more TheraSpecs reviews ➜


Shipped Worldwide, including the US, UK and Canada

TheraSpecs can be ordered online quickly, easily, and securely. We ship our migraine glasses to just about anywhere in the world, including the US, UK, and Canada, with readymade styles shipping the same or next business day. We also have a free shipping option for all US orders.

Custom frames and migraine glasses with prescription

For customers with existing prescription eyewear, TheraSpecs migraine glasses can be made with your prescription—either in a standard frame or one you already own. Readers, clip-ons, and other custom frames can also be made with our precision-tinted lenses.

60-Day Money-Back Guarantee

While we think that TheraSpecs will help, every brain is different. If they don’t help you can always return your undamaged pair back to us for a fast and courteous refund.

Try them and see how they can help you or your loved one take control, stop fearing the light, and find relief!

KATIE BUCKLEITNER

Ithought my screen time stats were bad pre-pandemic, but now the numbers are way off the charts (like, the only time I’m not glued to my phone or laptop is when I’m working out or eating dinner; yikes). And as a result, my formerly rare migraines feel like they’ve been getting more and more frequent recently—fun, right? (No!)

Apparently, though, I’m not alone. In a survey published in The Journal of Headache and Painmore than 59 percent of people who experience migraines reported an increase in migraine frequency during the pandemic. And according to Shae Datta, MD, the director of concussion and cognitive neurology at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island, it’s most likely due to all the increased blue light exposure we’re getting now that a lot of us are working from home (plus, the fact that living through a global pandemic is super stressful).

So what’s the solution? Enter: glasses for migraines. You read that right. You can shop for glasses that are specifically made to relieve headaches, migraines, and eyestrain. I know this may be huge news to some of you (as it was for moi), so get ready to do a mini deep dive with me on all the benefits of wearing glasses for migraines, below.

How do glasses for migraine relief work?

No, they aren’t special frames that massage your temples or anything like that (though that’d be pretty cool). Instead, it’s all about the lenses. Basically, when you have a migraine, the nerves in your head become much more sensitive than normal, as explained by Christopher Gottschalk, MD, director of headache medicine and chief of the division of general neurology at Yale School of Medicine. As a result, this also leaves you more sensitive to light in general (particularly to blue light, fluorescents, and sunlight, Dr. Datta adds).

Migraine glasses are designed to filter out some of that harsh light, relieving you of delibating headaches (or, at the very least, ensuring that light doesn’t make your head feel worse).

Who should wear them?

According to Dr. Gottschalk, migraine glasses are most helpful for people who know they have photophobia, or sensitivity to light, during migraine attacks. And even if light isn’t exactly the main issue for you when you have a migraine, you might be surprised to find that the glasses still help, he adds.

Sold on getting a pair? I thought so. But before we talk about your options, a quick PSA: If your migraines have suddenly gotten worse, or you never used to get them and now you’re getting them constantly, talk to your doctor. The same goes for if you’re relying on over-the-counter pain meds to treat your migraines on the reg. Your doc will help you get to the bottom of what’s causing your headaches and make sure there’s not an underlying health problem you need to take care of.

OK, now that we’re v informed on what glasses for migraines are, let’s get to the good stuff. Below, seven pairs worth trying.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW BOLD OPTIONLaurel Glasses

LOOK OPTIC$78 AT LOOKOPTIC.COM

If you’ve noticed your headaches are the worst after a few hours of scrolling through TikTok or a day packed full of Zoom meetings, then take solace knowing that blue light glasses can help, says Dr. Datta. My fave feature? These crystal clear lenses don’t have a weird yellow tint to ’em as I’ve seen on some other pairs.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW WFH SPECSRound Glasses with Blokz Blue Blockers Lenses

ZENNI$10 AT ZENNI OPTICAL

You can choose from tons and tons of cute frames (like this one) from Zenni—just make sure to add on blue-light-blocking lenses when it asks you what kind of non-prescription lenses you’d like.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW MODERN FRAMESThe Rand

PRIVÉ REVEAUX$30 AT PRIVÉ REVAUX

Here’s another pair of super-flattering blue-light-blocking glasses. These bbs feature gold hardware for a look that’s both super modern and just a tad bit luxe.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW COOL SHADESRetro Polarized Sunglasses

CARFIA$25 AT AMAZON

Polarized sunglasses can def help to prevent migraines. They reduce glare and make it easier to see in bright light which, obvi, helps if you experience sensitivity to sunlight. ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW CAT-EYE ONESJURA Migraine Glasses

AXON OPTICS$189 AT AMAZON

A neuro-opthalmologist created Axon Optics’s glasses, so you can be pretty confident that they’ll actually work. These ones are made to be worn outside, so they’re perfect for people whose migraines tend to get worse on super bright, sunny days. ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW6THIS WRAPAROUND STYLECOVER-RX Cover-Up Migraine Glasses

AXON OPTICS$169 AT AMAZON

Maybe you’re super sensitive to light during your migraine attacks. In that case, go with this wraparound style also from Axon Optics. This pair has extra filters on the sides to make sure that no peripheral light gets in. Bonus: You can wear ’em right over your prescription glasses, too, if you’re not quite ready to spring for a $$$ prescription migraine pair. ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW7BEST INDOOR MIGRAINE GLASSESClassic Migraine Glasses for Light Sensitivity

THERASPECS$99 AT AMAZON

Dr. Gottschalk recommends going with a brand like TheraSpecs, which specifically designs its glasses for people who experience migraines, instead of just ordering generic rose-tinted glasses. This pair has FL-41 lenses, which block blue-green light and have been shown to reduce headache frequency. They’re also good for filtering out fluorescent lights and LEDs if those tend to make your head pound. 

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