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Flourescent lighting: any coping mechanisms? why it happens?

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I know i've seen this everywhere, that many have problems with them. What are some speculations? This surely isn't a coincedence. Anxiety related, eye/brain related, neurological problem.
Do others get much eye tension, dryness?

Anyway, any good coping mechanisms out there? Other than avoidance and putting a big hat on?

I've noticed that if im on my cell before going into the store, and im engaged in the conversation, i don't notice it. that would point to anxiety, correct?
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Wow, talk about the worst florescent lighting experience. Just came back from playing raquetball, and it's pure white lighting. Dizzy, head inflamation, DR/DP. There were a few moments (especially when i was really tired), when it subsided, and after the games when i was beat, i was out of my head. Goes to show how cardio can work. But those lights are a killer.
I did notice that wearing sunglasses helps greatly, and i wouldn't leave the house w/o them. That was in san diego, now im in seattle, and it might look a little funny. But i'd rather feel comfortable than look funny.
But is this masking the symptoms? Or just adapting to what is for now.
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