LED Bulbs May Be A Source Of Headache Due To Their Flickering
They Flicker Four Times More Than Fluorescent Lights
According to a specialist, LED bulbs could be a source of a headache because of their continuous flickering. This means that they turn on and off hundreds of times per second, which causes a disrupting movement control of the eyes, making the brain to work harder. These bulbs double the risk of having a headache. They work with the alternating current of the power grid, which causes the flicker. A research showed that fluorescent lights in offices flickered 100 per second, whereas LED bulbs flicker 400 times per second, increasing the chance of a headache. Click here for more info.