Hi Everyone. I hope you are very good. I introduce myself: My name is Emiliano and I am 34 years old. A long time ago I´ve been working on communication and digital marketing. Also, Im somewhat of a fan of video games. Since I was about 23 years old, I use a pair of rest lenses, with 0.25 magnification in each eye. Nothing serious.
Last year, in September 2019, I decided to buy a Mac Book Air Retina -> I have been a Mac user for years, I have had a G5, a Mac Book Pro 2011, and this new one, was buy because my new job required me to move a lot between cafes and co working, and I needed something comfortable and fast.
But since then, I started noticing that my eyes got more tired every day, as if the retina screen was "too" real for my eyes. While I hadn't noticed this last year, during this year's quarantine I spent many more hours behind the screen (up to 10) and started with migraines. I was really scared because I saw some scintillating scotomas, but I did more than 5 vision studies and everything was perfect. They only increased the prescription of the glasses and that's it. Also, the doctors did me neurological studies and controls and everything went very well. So now I'm taking care of long exposure times, but I suspect that the mac retina has something to do with it. In fact, after the last migraine, I have a very annoying photophobia to work. Did anyone experience something similar? Do you know how I can improve my retina screen? Does Retina of Mac Book Air 2019 have a bad index of PWM?
Thanks in advance and greetings,