Indeed- I'm feeling hopeful about the production monitor being something I may be able to tolerate long enough to (gasp!).... watch something! Looking forward to getting the technical specs of the ones they use on set. Then promptly buying one, assuming there's a good return policy on it 😉
The quinine I take is an alcohol free tincture (Secrets of the Tribe brand). The label says 'Organic Quinine (cinchona officianalis) dried bark. So I'm thinking it's not quite the same as the Qualaquin sulfate capsules. I'm hoping not, because I take 400-800 mg of magnesium glycinate per day. I only use the quinine tincture when I'm having twitching, which is infrequent (every few months, for a few days to a week).
It's weird that most of you guys aren't bothered by florescents, yet I am extremely sensitive to them. Are TV's insanely bright to most of you as well? For me, the brightness is practically blinding. I can only look at a television for a few seconds. So it's the brightness, followed by the strain, followed by the muscle pain. I'm also wondering if anyone else here has had muscle spasms in the eyelid due to eyestrain. I have the pain almost daily, to varying degrees depending on how good I've been about staying off my phone.
It's interesting to me you brought up the casein thing. I don't know if that was random or in response to something I said. (It's hard for me to go back over everything that has been written, for obvious reasons) so forgive me if I repeat myself or overlook things. Anyway, I'm sensitive to gluten and casein, but I can also tolerate goat/sheep milk. Grass fed butter isn't a problem for me either, as it only contains A1 casein in microscopic amounts. I'm currently off all dairy except grass fed ghee because I'm doing this low inflammation diet.
Just did the color blindness test. It was normal. Sigh. Always hoping for that "a-ha!" moment...