" I was diagnosed with vestibular migraine in 2017. Unlike normal migraine attacks, I suffer from chronic dizziness and light sensitivity. Previously, I had purchased “gamer glasses” online, which provided relief to an extent, however, my Migraine Shields have made my migraine attacks much more bearable. When I’m experiencing eye floaters or migraine aura, the Comfort lens significantly improves my vision allowing me to function as well as to be expected during an attack. "
- Kayla M. (@true_kaylaisms)
"I work on my laptop or phone throughout the day and wearing my indoor Migraine Shields glasses helps with light sensitivity and eye fatigue. I also feel good knowing that I protect my eyes from the danger of the blue light. I use Migraine Shield lenses during a migraine attack to ease my symptoms and discomfort, as well. Migraine Shield lenses coat everything around me in soft light making me feel comfortable, yet without distorting color around me. There are so many pretty frame styles and colors to choose from."
"My VM (Vestibular Migraine) friend, Kayla, recommended these to me ages ago, and I have been using Migraine Shields for the past year to help with my light sensitivity and tired eyes while using the computer. The majority of my work for The Dizzy Cook requires long hours editing photos and writing posts, which can be hard on someone with vestibular migraine and visual symptoms. I appreciate that these lenses aren’t colorfully tinted that it makes it hard to edit my food photos, but offer just enough to give my eyes some relief. Sometimes I’ll forget to wear them and feel my eyes getting strained, which is a cue for me to put them on! It’s almost immediate relief. "
“Living with chronic migraine and being a Mom has been the hardest journey of my life. I have extreme sensitivity to light when I’m having attack, which can make the day to day of being a Mom incredible difficult. Migraine Shields has helped the day to day routine so much easier—I love that I can wear my glasses and they help to “turn down the volume “ of the light to a level that is more palatable for me to be able to be more active with my toddler.”
- Emily W. (@modernmigrainemama)