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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. If I wear my strong glasses after using my Trayner glasses won't I undo the benefits?

A. Trayner glasses are not meant to be a complete alternative to conventional glasses, they are intended as exercise glasses. Eye exercise, like any other exercise does not need to be continued all day to obtain the benefits.

Q. Can I stop wearing my Trayner glasses when my eyesight has improved?

A. As with any exercise system, the benefits wear off if you stop exercising. Once your eyes are fit, however, less frequent exercise with Trayner glasses will maintain them.

Q. Will I have to keep on getting my prescription changed as my eyesight improves?

A. Trayner glasses help to build up flexibilty in the eyes. This will not itself require a change in prescription. If you would like to change to a weaker prescription to help your eyes improve further, then the flexibility gained with the Trayner glasses will allow you to do so comfortably.

 

Q. Can Trayner glasses damage my eyes?

A. The Trayner glasses are not forcing your eyes to do anything. They simply make it easier for the eyes to decide how to focus. The worst you can do is to make your eyes tired with too much exercise. This is just a sign that you are trying to do too much too soon.

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