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May 20, 2015


Oppics has created a new product line that uses eye level correction to address posture problems

A Silicon Valley entrepreneur has invented the first eyewear scientifically designed to improve posture. This unusual innovation is designed to correct an individual’s head position. The head weighs as much as a bowling ball. Positioning it downward drags the shoulders and body forward and down, putting pressure on the back. OPPICS eyewear, newly developed in 2015, solves this problem with a “Magic Strip” accurately located on each pair of eyeglasses and sunglasses.

The Magic Strip works in a unique way. The lenses feature an individually etched area to create an opaque strip that reminds wearers to keep their head up, naturally correcting and improving posture. This strip is visible to the sunglass wearer, but not others.

A Harvard Study showed that improved posture leads to higher levels of testosterone. A University of Washington Study shows that increased testosterone leads to a longer life, while a New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine Study shows poor posture adds dangerous weight to the cervical spine that can cause serious problems in later life. OPPICS wearers can enjoy the benefits of these studies that come with improved posture.

OPPICS products currently include both clear eyeglasses and over 50 versions of sunglasses, ideal for the coming summer months.

A spokesperson for OPPICS explained, “OPPICS is a revolutionary and elegantly simple new approach to correcting posture using vision as its primary guide. Preventing people from dropping their head reduces postural problems, and improves health. Our fashionable eyeglasses not only improve health, but you both look and feel better. Early adopters testimonials prove that OPPICS eyewear really work!”

About OPPICS: OPPICS eyewear is the first product offered. Headquartered in the renowned Silicon Valley, all of OPPICS’ products are designed to improve health. Founded by lifetime entrepreneur Ry Smith, OPPICS uses technology to improve health in an unobtrusive way that requires no changes in lifestyle or day-to-day activities. For more information please visit: http://www.oppics.com/.

Contact: Ry Smith