Hello everyone, I just wrote my introduction at the "Welcome to led strain" post. Hope not to have made mistakes. Plus I'm Italian and my English is far from perfection. So please ignore my mistakes during reading. So the situation is: I bought a new Lenovo legion 5 the second of January this year. Really happy, everything works well. One component that was important for my decision was the screen: IPS, anti - glare, 165 hertz, 300 nits, dolby digital, free sync, and so on. It's important because I need to use my laptop for 2-3 hours a day in mobility, so I needed a good screen. And this seemed perfect. First days had no problems, after a week started hell in my eyes and head. Pain, heating, brain fog and feeling of a light between my eyes. I think I already lost a bit of my sight. Tried many tools, like f.lux, or the adjust the brightness, or to use the high level contrast given by windows. Nothing really worked, maybe just a bit the contrast. What makes me angry is there is a community of users of legion 5, and this problem is well known. The moderator of the Italian section changed 3 screens for the same problem. But you can find a lot of people even in Reddit or Quora. The legion 5 is practically the prince of demons of eye strain. Plus I have white walls at my back and right when using the notebook, and this causes tremendous reflexes with the screen. That should be anti glare, I thought no reflexes at all, instead this screen seems not to work. But it seems to be normal for Lenovo. I don't know what to do, I can't use this notebook, it will kill me in 2 weeks. Same time want to find a solution, because if the problem is the technology itself there is no point in changing device. I would like to try some film for anti reflexes to apply directly on the screen, but will it work? I don't want to lose more money honestly. Have someone ever tried this kind of products? Some advice for the choice?