AGI no, I am sensitive to screens - pwm affects me (to varying degrees) on some screens but not on others and some screens without any pwm also affect me. Blocking my peripheral vision I find makes me less sensitive to some screens, like the Surface Go which I was very sensitive to but can use fairly comfortably with the blinkers on. But it doesn't seem to work as well on others like the Tab S7 FE. Still testing/investigating.
I think my glasses have some blue light filtering coatings, if I remember right, but I don't think blue light is a big trigger for me from tests I've done making the screen colour warmer via software or using sunglasses (which did somewhat reduce symptoms on an iPad but not so much on some other devices). I seem to have some sensitivity to the flicker in LED room lighting but I don't think it accounts for the stronger reactions I experience with device screens - I've experimented with natural light, changing my room lighting to flicker-free leds, incandescent, etc. Natural light when I'm not using a device doesn't seem to be a problem at all, and artificial room lighting on it's own doesn't cause strong reactions though it might contribute to some mild anxiety or "change of experiential state" - I've got a very sensitive body with sensitivities also to scents (eg soap/shampoo/perfume), wheat (cognitive and mood effects), pollen, mold etc (asthma) …. + + !!!