EDINA, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AtEase, a manufacturer of specialty therapeutic glasses, announced that it will be donating a portion of all sales through May 15, 2018, to Flags for Fort Snelling as part of their ongoing support of military veterans.
Flags for Fort Snelling is a non-profit organization working toward honoring every hero laid to rest at Fort Snelling National Cemetery with an American flag on Memorial Day. AtEase’s donation will be used to purchase a portion of the 200,000 American flags needed to reach their goal.
“Supporting and honoring our military veterans is at the heart of who we are,” said Ken Finochiaro, inventor of AtEase therapeutic glasses. “Being a veteran myself, I’m very proud to be helping Flags for Fort Snelling with their mission, while we strive to help veterans manage their PTSD and anxiety symptoms.”
AtEase provides therapeutic glasses that helps individuals suffering from anxiety and PTSD. The patented lens technology reduces field of vision and blocks out peripheral stimulants to eliminate visual triggers and calm the brain.
As part of patient evaluations and a clinical study, brain scans were conducted on those diagnosed with PTSD both before and after wearing the glasses. These scans found the brain waves associated with PTSD and anxiety symptoms were significantly reduced from high anxiety levels to lower, normal levels.
“For many of my patients, these glasses have either helped them better manage their anxiety spikes or allowed them to reduce their medication levels,” said Dr. James Tuorila, Ph.D., practicing psychologist in Minnesota. “I plan to conduct an additional clinical study of my own later this year on how these glasses can help with general anxiety, and I expect positive results.”
For more information and to order AtEase therapeutic glasses, visit www.ateaseglasses.com. If ordering before May 15, 2018, enter code “FFFS2018” to let us know you support the Flags for Fort Snelling donation promotion.
AtEase is a therapeutic glasses manufacturer whose product helps individuals suffering from anxiety and PTSD, and is dedicated to further research into helping with other areas of anxiety, migraines, ADHD and concussions. For more information, visit www.ateaseglasses.com.