Is Your Trouble Reading Actually A Processing Issue In The Brain?

  it's more common than you think


Do you struggle remembering what you just read?

You are not alone.

There are millions of people of all ages who struggle with reading comprehension, skipping words or lines when reading, trouble focusing when reading, and dyslexia.

The good news? There is a simple solution. Like crazy simple!



Be able to read with ease in minutes

It seems to be too good to be true we promise that isn't so! Irlen Syndrome impacts millions of people and no one is talking about it. The truth is Irlen Syndrome impacts:

  • 14% of the generation population
  • 46% of individuals with reading or learning disabilities including dyslexia
  • 35% of individuals who have suffered TBI (traumatic brain injury) or concussion
  • 33% of individuals on the autism spectrum
  • 33% of individuals with attention and concentration problems, including ADHD
  • Individuals with medically resistant headaches and migraines (incidence data not yet available)

Does this sound like you?

  • You accidentally skip lines when reading
  • You lose your place easily when reading
  • You misread words
  • You have to read the same line over again
  • You read words from the line above or below
  • You need to use a finger to follow the lines
  • You're bothered by white or shiny pages
  • You struggle taking tests on Scantron Sheets (SATs, ACTs)
  • Your reading is slow or choppy
  • Your eyes feel tired or strained when reading
  • Difficulty with math that involves graphs
  • You get headaches when reading
  • You get sleepy when you read

It is not an optical problem. It is a problem with the brain’s ability to process visual information.

Other related symptoms:

  • Light sensitivity
  • Poor depth perception
  • Trouble shopping under bright lights (like at Walmart)
  • ADHD or Autism
  • Strain or fatigue
  • A need to wear sunglasses when it's not sunny
  • Retention issues
  • Dizziness or vertigo
  • Trouble listening
  • Difficulty getting on escalators
  • Behavior problems
  • Migraines


Irlen Syndrome (also known as Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome) is not currently identified by standardized educational, psychological, optometric, or medical tests.

The Irlen Method has been successfully used to identify and help people with this visual processing issues for over 25 years.

Using precision-tinted colored overlays and filters for glasses, The Irlen Method is scientifically proven to improve the processing of visual information by those suffering from this condition.

take the next step

complete the below assessment and send to the physically closest Certified Irlen Syndrome Screener in your region

Fallon is located in Hawaii for in-person assessments

email: [email protected]

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Fallon is a Certified Irlen Syndrome Screener in Hawaii. She is founder of Quantum Brain Health Coaching which combines holistic mental health and neurological protocols with quantum energy healing.

It is her expertise in ADHD,  autism, and learning disabilites in the brain mixed with her own experience with Irlen Syndrome treatment that led to her getting certified as an Irlen Syndrome screener. Fallon has helped hundreds of adults and children enjoy reading, and improved focus, retention, and long-term memory.

Fallon has been trained by world-renowned neuropsychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen and neurologist Dr. Dale Bredesen, helping thousands of people improve their focus, retention, and memory.

Fallon offers coaching, speaking, and mentorship for individuals, families, and companies looking to improve their mental health and live their soul purpose.  

if you are a teacher with multiple students needing testing in Hawaii

email us directly to schedule at [email protected]

"My son saw several specialists for his ADHD and dyslexia without much improvement. During the Irlen Syndrome screening, he was able to read confidently for the first time! Everything has changed for him academically since using his colored overlays. We are so grateful!"


"As a retired teacher, I had tried everything to help my grandson read. Tutoring, special schools, visual therapy, you name it. It's amazing how one piece of colored paper has helped him so much! We enjoy reading together which has been wonderful."