Hey guys, so I've been having problems with LED devices like phones/tvs/monitors for the last 5-6 years, apart from the usual eye strain and headaches I can sometimes experience dizziness for like half a second, as if someone is pushing me, it also got pretty bad when I was gaming, not during the actual gaming per se, but more so after it for the next few hours or even days. Lately it's been ok, I have been using a Dell flicker-free monitor at work with its blue light mode an in addition to Flux and it can get me through the day with no trouble.
Recently I joined the PS5 hype train and tried a bit of gaming to see whether I was fine now (I had been seeing different doctors and all of them told me I should be able to game with no problems as long as I don't overdo it) and after a couple of weeks of PC gaming mild symptoms started to surface. Afterwards I tried gaming with a controller on my pc, respectively increasing the distance to the screen a bit, and it seems to work, so I was thinking of getting a PS5 and play it on a tv from an even greater distance (also I've heard that increasing the distance can help reduce video game induced sickness). At first I wanted to get a Sony X800G or H since Sony seems like the only LCD TV manufacturer which produces flicker-free displays (side note, I have a 3 year old mid-range Samsung TV, it's set on 50% brightness as a balance point between PWM and brightness, I typically can't stand watching it for more than 20 minutes) but as I was researching even more I came across stories about how OLED panels emit a third of the blue light the LCD TVs do (which seems also to be a huge factor for me, once I had to disable Flux to be able to see in a dark scene in game these past weeks, even after 5 mins of regular level exposure my head was pounding and my eyes were hurting) without losing contrast. Also, they seem to not be using PWM, although the LG B9 model, which I have my eyes on, seems to have slight dips in brightness according to this source. Finally, they seem to not get as bright as LCDs, which I'd actually consider a plus, the LG model even has its own blue light mode.
My question towards you guys is do you have similar experince to share? Ultimately, which TV would you recommend that I get? Are OLEDs indeed way easier on the eyes than LCDs? Can you confirm that they do in fact emit far less blue light and aren't as bright as LCDs? Could that slight dip in brightness on the LG B9 actually cause more harm than a flicker-free Sony TV?