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G'devine Glasses are having amazing results with children who have been diagnosed with Dyslexia. Forward Focus Research have found that over 75% of youth maybe missed diagnosed with the condition of Dyslexia, when they are more likely to simply have CRD (Colour Recognition Disorder). In other words a slight form of colour blindness.
In 2013, On the quest of finding the way to enhance sight and nero-visual responses for New Zealands top athletes, Gavin Davey one of our leading Human behavioural Quantum Scientists, discovered CRD.
Understand CRD in simple terms:
At the back of your eyes you have thousands of cones. Each cone has the job of identifying or being the receptor of a colour. Some of the cones are for picking up blues, some for reds, some for purples etc.
To stop the brain from visual over load, some of the corns are switched off which can course CRD. For example, If the cones that are switched off are mainly Teal Blue cones, the brain will find it difficult to focus on or define the shape of an object that is Teal Blue. The longer they try to focus on the object the more they experience visual stress. The reason why CRD is not colour blindness, is some of the Teal Blue cones are still turned on. So the brain can identify what the colour of the object is, but not enough Teal Blue cones to create a sharp and bright image of the object.
On the other hand the same person may have all of their Green corns turn on, making it easy to focus on and define the shape of objects that are coloured Green. This makes Green one of their DRC (Dominate Recognition Colours)
For people who have difficulty reading and writing because of CRD, the common cones that are switched off are often black cones or white cones and some times both. This is quite an ordeal, as most written information is in black and white, yet this problem is easily fixed.
How to fix CRD:
If an athlete such as a Cricket Player, has Red as their Colour Recognition Disorder, yet their Dominate Recognition Colour is purple, we develop them a personalised pair of designer G'devine glasses or contacts, that are tinted in personalised tint of blue.
This will change the Red ball from being a hard colour for their brain to identify, into a purple ball that makes it easy
for their brain to identify. Which is important as the cricket ball is often moving at over 100 kph and the faster the brain can identify the object, the faster they can react to it.
This is the same procees for those who have reading difficulties, due to having CRD. We identify the colour that courses CRD and turn in into their strongest DRC using G'devine technologies and giving them a life changing experience.
Symptoms of CSD in reading and writing.
1: Will having trouble with reading and writing.
2: Spelling words with letters mixed up.
3: Gets tied quickly when trying to read.
4: Take a long time to write just one sentence.
5: Hand writing is messy.
6: Will stutter and stumble when trying to read out aloud.
7: Will appear to be dyslexic.
8: Short concentration spanned in classroom