Yes, and that's exactly the reason why I will never accept the problem is us. There was a change, there is a difference how things are today compared to the past. We are more sensitive, yes, for others the problem does not get past their pain point. However, I do not believe the problem is non-existent for many other people as well. They probably suffer, but are able to endure it somehow. But it does not mean it won't have drastic effects on their health over longer periods of time. The problem should be exposed to media, I just don't know how to do it.
For me the final proof is my wife: she never felt ANY of the issues I had previously (she was even kind of making fun of me), but in recent years she's started saying for instance that "this screen's picture is not as pleasant to look at as the old one". I of course see very clearly that there seems to be flicker and the picture is terrible. For her, it's just unpleasant. Something's happening, that's for sure.