Will They Help Me?
The question "Will they help me?" is the point of this web site.
Below are three parts to this answer--Yes, No and Maybe--followed by a discussion of what to expect with positive results.
The See Right Dyslexia Glasses are not a general dyslexia cure but do remove the problems of visual dyslexia that make reading difficult for the visual dyslexic.
For the visual dyslexic that can describe a visual problem that makes reading difficult, the See Right Dyslexia glasses will remove that visual problem. If you can't describe a visual problem that makes reading difficult but find reading larger size text is easier to read then you might think about why larger text is easier to read. Most visual dyslexia problems occur on a small visual scale. That is why the visual dyslexia problems aren't as noticeable when looking at larger objects. Needing to read larger print or seeing fuzzy edges on larger objects are indications of needing See Right Dyslexia Glasses.
For the dyslexic that knows he or she sees the page in a clear, sharp, stable, focused and uniform manner with no motion and does not have the sense that parts of the page or words are being obscured by visual noise, the See Right Dyslexia Glasses will not help.
Since you have already invested time in reading this site and because people tend to assume their vision is normal, take the time to consider each part of your vision individually.
Is the page sharp? No fuzzy edges on the letters?
Is the page clear? No distortions?
Is the page stable? No motion, doesn't change?
Is the page uniform? Everything is the same top to bottom, left to right?
Are all of the words in focus? All words in focus all the time?
Are words partly obscured (often described as halos or glare related)?
Do you get reading induced headaches?
Sometimes when people go over the above bullet points they can identify a condition that they didn't think of as a problem before.
For the dyslexic that has only seen one word in focus at a time all his or her life, it could seem normal. When specifically asked if all the words are in focus all the time, he or she can determine that seeing only one word in focus at a time is a problem.
On the other hand, if after careful thought you know that you cannot relate to any of the visual problems above as a personal problem, the See Right Dyslexia Glasses are not the answer for your type of dyslexia.
What to expect with positive results:
You can expect your reading speed to increase at once.
You can expect your reading accuracy to increase at once.
You can expect that your reading comprehension will improve at once.
You can expect the described visual problem to be removed when wearing the glasses.
What to expect over time:
Your vocabulary will improve with increased reading.
Your spelling will improve with increased reading.
You will begin to understand how people can enjoy reading.
Your reading speed and comprehension will improve.
To sum up
The See Right Dyslexia Glasses remove the visual problems that make reading a battle for visual dyslexics.
If you have visual problems that interfere with your reading then the See Right Dyslexia Glasses will help you.