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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Bourne Ultimatum Star Solves Problem with Tinted Contacts

“Actor Paddy Considine, who was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in 2010, recently realized he also suffers from Irlen syndrome. Often accompanied by behavioral or learning disorders, Irlen syndrome is caused by the brain’s improper processing of light waves, effecting behavior, attention, concentration and more,” according to Contact Lens Headlines. “The Bourne Ultimatum star was experiencing aggravating mood swings when he was encouraged to see a psychologist. ‘It was a nightmare. My brain was telling me to shut down as a result of it,’ Considine tells The New Review. His doctor recommended tinted contact lenses to help his brain process visual information correctly which helped the actor tremendously.” Read more.

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