TheraSpecs® are therapeutic glasses with a stylish twist. With a wide range of lenses and frame options, they offer relief from issues that are triggered or worsened by light, such as migraines, photophobia, concussions, seizures, and sleep.
Freedom in a Pair of Glasses
- Each of our specialty lenses is designed to target a unique spectrum of light that research shows can negatively impact your health and wellbeing
- TheraSpecs protect and soothe your eyes and brain, giving you the freedom to explore, enjoy and engage without the interference of disruptive lighting
Protect, Prevent, Relieve
- Experience relief for a wide variety of issues triggered or worsened by light, such as migraines, headaches, photophobia, concussion symptoms, seizures, eye health, and sleep quality
- Protect against disruptive lighting like screens, fluorescents and LEDs, flashing lights, harmful blue light and sunshine
Backed by Research
We’re on a mission to truly help people, so we’ve rooted our efforts in science. We have lenses that studies show can:
- Reduce migraine attacks by 74% and lessen photophobia
- Improve symptoms associated with concussion, TBI, and photosensitive epilepsy
- Enhance sleep quality by stimulating melatonin production
- Relieve other symptoms and issues aggravated by light
Loved by Customers, Recommended by Professionals
- There is a 96% satisfaction rate among the thousands of people who try TheraSpecs every year
- TheraSpecs are the #1 recommended tool for light-related issues by headache specialists, neurologists, physical and occupational therapists, and other medical professionals
A Lens for Every Brain
- ™: offers the strongest protection for artificial lights and digital device screens
- ™: balances protection against screen and other artificial light with a less noticeable color
- ™: protects from flashing lights and repeating patterns
- : takes the edge off triggering light with a barely-visible tint
- : enhances the quality of your sleep when worn before bedtime
- ™: brings new clarity and sharpness to your vision
- ™: the best sunglasses lens you've ever tried
Better Than Typical Glasses
Thoughtfully designed frames for maximum relief
- Dozens of stylish frames to suit your style and maximize your relief
- Lightweight, flexible frames minimize pressure on sensitive heads and can be adjusted for a perfect fit
- Many styles offer wraparound protection to also block light from the top and sides
Customize Your Relief
- Available with non-prescription, prescription, and/or reader lenses
- We can also make lenses for just about any frame you send us
A Team that Cares
- Started by a husband wanting to soothe his wife's pain, we’ve made it our mission to deliver affordable, effective relief to thousands every year
- Responsive customer care team available by email, chat or phone
- Self-guided support via our Lens Assistant, FAQ and online Help Center
See What Customers Are Saying
Amy on May 5, 2023
"These have been life changing for my brain injury and chronic migraines. They are also super light weight and comfortable. The fit is amazing and I am an extremely hypersensitive person so this is really saying a lot."
Tonia on May 2, 2023
"My new glasses are so comfortable, I can wear them all day, every day! I can finally go into stores without worry of an instant headache from the fluorescent lights. Seriously, buy these!"
SO MUCH BETTER
Melissa on Apr. 5, 2023
"The glasses exceeded my expectations, they are so light on my face and I can comfortably where them all day. I can manage being in direct light so much better with less of a risk of triggering a migraine."
Backed by Our 60 Day Return Guarantee
TheraSpecs help thousands of people find relief every year, but every brain is different. If you don’t like our glasses or experience the benefits, you can return or exchange them within 60 days. See our full policy for details.
FL-41 (FL-Pro, FL-Blend, Flex, and FL-Sun)
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