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What about florescent lights and rosacea?

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There are some who worry that florescent lights trigger rosacea flareups (Thread no 1, Thread no 2, Thread no 3, Thread no 4). There aren't any clinical papers about this so it is purely an anecdotal trigger to add to the list. 

There is a great scene in Joe vs the Volcano where Tom Hanks says, "Zombie lights, I...I..I, can feel them sucking the juice out of my eyeballs. Suck, suck, suck, suck, suck....gghhoooish!!!"

Ironically, the Kleresca® biophotonic platform utilizes fluorescent light energy to treat redness. 

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FlushingQueen posts:

“I have spent the past 5 hours researching this strange phenomenon and it turns out I am not the only one out there. Several people in this forum and other experience burning from computer use. The biggest explanation has been electromagnetic fields hypersensitivity:


All the symptoms are explained here. Some people are more sensitive than others, and things like mercury dental fillings (I have FOUR) make people more susceptible...

Could I not have rosacea but just really sensitive to today’s modern technology?”

The above is just remotely related to florescent lights and placed in this thread since it is interesting. 

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