OverView MigraLens is a 'fit-over' style
OverViews are made to go on top of your prescription glasses, as an affordable alternative to purchasing a prescription pair of MigraLens. Please check that the dimensions of the OverView will fit comfortably over your frame
A soft pouch and microfibre cloth are included with purchase
Better Than Blue Light Blockers
MigraLens lenses block more of the blue and red light wavelengths proven to trigger or worsen Migraine, chronic headaches, photophobia, post-concussion syndrome and traumatic brain injury
91% of people in a peer reviewed study preferred MigraLens over their current tinted glasses used for headache and Migraine relief
MigraLens are the only off-the-shelf migraine glasses endorsed by the Migraine Action Association, National Migraine Centre and RNIB
Maximum relief with minimal pressure on your head
Sorry this feedback is delayed. I live in Australia and can’t believe how swift the delivery was from UK. Having had vestibular migraine for 20 odd years and having tried many medications and other treatments with very little improvement. These overview glasses are making such a difference. I’m so grateful. It has given me confidence to attempt some environments that I have been unable to manage. Thank you for the quality of service and your high standards of care. Cheers Cathy
I bought the glasses as a present for my daughter Liv Ruddy. She is delighted with them and will be writing a review shortly. Thank you and keep safe. ~ m
These glasses are a life saver! I am almost constantly light sensitive and this allows me to handle some level of light. I never go anywhere without my OverView glasses!
These sunglasses are just the job for preventing the glare from the sun. A great help in preventing the onset of a “sun” migraine
Fortunately these fit over my glasses but I don't think they would fit over many modern glasses which tend to be bigger. I have chronic migraine and whilst I don't think these would prevent them they give a very restful light and I wear them outdoors and in rooms with bright light and when using a computer. I would recommend them for this. I would like to have a prescription varifocal pair but it does look rather a faff as you can't just send your prescription and PD in but have to go to the optician and get them to 'fit' the frames that have been sent you and then send them back for the lenses. At the moment that is particularly difficult as opticians aren't that available, and it will add about £30 to the cost. I wish there was another way to get prescription ones. There were quick responses to my email enquiries. Thank you
Thank you for the review! I'm happy to hear you are getting good use from the Overviews. For the prescription frames this is the process we have to abide by in the UK due to the professional regulatory protocols imposed on us. Hopefully next year we the world will return to normal and it will not cause too much hassle to make them for you if you so wish.