Why 20/20 Vision
is Not Enough
Remember the eye chart? It’s called the Snellen chart - and it’s the way your eyes have been tested since childhood. But it can’t spot many reading and learning problems and other eyestrain symptoms – problems that vision training with the computerized HTS Home Vision Therapy Program can solve.
The Snellen chart was developed more than 100 years ago to test distance vision. 20/20 simply means you can see what the average person can see -- with each eye -- at a distance of 20 feet. Many of us fail this test. If you are nearsighted, farsighted or astigmatic, your vision can usually be corrected to 20/20 with glasses or contact lenses.
Symptoms of Eyestrain/
Vision Therapy Solution
Do you – or your child – become uncomfortable when reading, using a computer, or doing other near vision tasks? You may have asthenopia. That’s the medical term for eyestrain. It can make near vision tasks difficult, painful, even unbearable – and cause difficulty learning at school and in job performance. But it can usually be eliminated with the computerized HTS Home Vision Therapy program.
You don’t have to live with these problems. The solution may be the computerized HTS Home Vision Therapy program -- which can train your eyes to work as a team – and meet the demands of today’s needs. It’s fitness training for your eyes.
Why do Adults Get
More than half of all computer users experience eyestrain symptoms such as, headaches, blurred vision, and other symptoms directly and indirectly related to increased, sustained near vision stress – associated with the use of computer screens. This is called computer vision syndrome. Visual stress also may underlie complaints of general fatigue, reduced efficiency at work, and higher error rates as the day progresses. Use our eyestrain self-test for adults to check for near vision problems.
The computerized HTS Home Vision Therapy Program can usually resolve your symptoms – often within just a few months.