Flicker of a light source may cause photosensitive epilepsy. A very short contact of about 3 Hertz to 70 Hertz flicker can cause seizure in sensitive individuals, and over 100 Hertz to about 120 Hertz usually results into eyestrains and severe headaches. To control these hazards, illumination and lighting industries and research institutes need to struggle hard to set up better metrics for proper control of the flicker of the light sources. In eyestrain cases, check your vision at least ones in a year as suggested by opticians; update the optician with sufficient information regarding the nature of your work for proper check up and recommendation – in computer units, think about employing computer eye glasses and confirm that the contrast and brightness of…….
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