vaz I've pushed through, on some devices.
By covering one eye, and watch the screen. I read on the forum that it worked better for @martin with one eye, and for me it works really well.
It took 3-4 weeks from iPhone 4S to 5S a year ago, it was like winning the lottery!
This summer I switched to a iPhone 7, it took 1-2 weeks. Back in the old days it took 7-8 minutes until I got bad tension headache and sore eyes with an iPhone 7. Now the day record is 8 hours and 52 minutes, no tension, but my eyes get a bit tired. So it’s like a miracle.
I recently bought the new iPhone 11 Pro. Took 1-2 days with one eye to push throw the tension headache, but I get sore eyes, and it doesn’t get better. So I am trying new ideas to see if it gets better. I can use the 11 pro like 15-20 minutes. I have tried it 3-4 hours in a whole day, after that my eyes was hurting so much, it took some days to recover. So I still use my iPhone 7 with iOS 12.4.1.
So the conclusion is that I can push through tension headache and dizziness by using the screen with one eye.
I have discovered that medicin for sinusitis allows me to watch some screens longer, so my eyes don’t get so sore. First I used a nose spray “nasoferm” (swedish) for blocked nose, and now I use pills “rinexin” (swedish) for sinusitis. So maybe I'm too tight in my nose/head, or the medicin makes something open/relax!? So now I am a “junkie”, I can’t stop using it. I have next doctors appointment in two weeks.
Two weeks ago I got bad news about my mother’s health. So with that in mind I thought about my eye trouble and put on the sadest movie I could find. So I cried a bit, and a bit more. Yeah, I do everything I can to solve this, even if I have to cry like a baby. The results was that my eyes got very sore and it took almost two days to recover.
That was interesting because for some years ago I did a test witch resulted in that my eyes couldn’t hold tears in the eyes like they should. So I will do a new examination next time I visit my eye doctor.
There you have three things to try. And it was a false alarm about my mother’s health, she is ok!
“God Jul” from Sweden!