jawsuser wrote:KtC sad to hear you are still struggling. I have started changing all my light bulbs for LED 5,000 K lightbulbs. They make it soooo much brighter it really helps!
Saw a post earlier where you can't go out in the sun - is that due to your eyes? If so I have some grey sunglasses that block out all but either 13% or 4% of visible light if that would help. I would be happy to ship them to you as I am not using them now. They won't fit over my bioptic.
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It's a shame how quickly one's brain turns to mush when one catches a bug. Looks like I'm doing my usual - being sick in December. Its one way to lose weight, but not one I'd recommend.
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My eyes seem to be a large part of the sun issue, but general skin exposure is tough too. I have some sun glasses that I love and I've been trying to find a second pair because I actually lost my sun glasses (they fit over my bifocals) swimming at the amusement park, thankfully the girl working the slide went and found them so I didn't have to wait the hour or so it normally takes for them to get to the side of the pool. (I bought an ugly floating strap after that).
I do get rashes on the extreme skin exposure, not hives like some people get, but still not pleasant. I've been lucky if there is good tree cover I don't have many problems, don't find a lot of that in town though.
I have full spectrum incandescent (I can see the flicker rate on fluorescent - migraine trigger), I've been wanting to replace them with the LED, I'm glad they work so well for you... I'll have to start buying them. I need to have an electrician come check some of my wiring though, some of my lights burn out way too fast.
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