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Rank these types of monitors (and any others) for health/eye damage


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techdummy1995

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- LED/OLED/AMOLED/Super AMOLED

 - LCD (e.g. TFT)
- Plasma
- DLP
- SED
- New CRT’s
 - Any others

 

 

 

 

 

Assuming ambient light, settings, distance-to-size ratio e.t.c. are the same; rank the types of monitors generally for health and eyes (combined).

 

 

 

 

By ‘health’ I mean which is the least unhealthy for the brain (This Is What Too Much Screen Time Does To You) and skin (Lights off: is the glare from your computer really ageing your skin?) E.g. In terms of the type of light). By ‘eyes’ I meant which is the least damaging to eyes.

 

 

An example of what I mean by unhealthy light is blue light. Studies have been done with blue light and monkeys (which obviously have over 90% the same DNA sequence and respond very similarly). 

 

A question could be: Assuming all else is constant (and if different types of monitors generally emit different amounts of blue light); how much blue light do these types of monitors generally emit?

 

 

 

I am looking for the health and eye damage of types of monitors to buy one of them.


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Try some blue light glasses....That way you're protected al around.


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Mostly newer TVs nowadays has some kind of technology that prevents eye damage, so just pick any of them.


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Hi, As far as I know, that all these monitors will not permanently damage your eyesight, but it causes some harmful effects on your eyes if there not use any heath-friendly technology. So personally, I suggest LED monitors that use a proprietary eye care technology that is supposed to reduce blue light and flickering. Actually, I am a nursing student and recently prepared my essay with the help of this free resource https://samplius.com...xamples/health/ where I have found a lot of useful information about our health and wellness. I had learned so many useful tips and guide about our good health. That is why I recommend choosing a monitor with eye comfort technology that protects your eyes for long-lasting work.


Edited by Steven Smith, Yesterday, 07:05 PM.

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