Binocular vision dysfunction (BVD) refers to a condition where there is an abnormality or impairment in the way both eyes work together as a team. In a healthy visual system, the brain combines the visual input from each eye to create a single, three-dimensional image with depth perception. However, individuals with BVD experience difficulties in coordinating the movements of their eyes and have trouble merging the images from each eye into a unified and clear image.

Some common symptoms include eye strain, headaches, double vision, blurred or unstable vision, difficulty reading or focusing, dizziness, light sensitivity, and problems with depth perception.

Neurolens is the first prescription lens with CONTOURED PRISM that helps alleviate the symptoms of headaches, eyestrain, or neck pain. 

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