There are certain LED light bulbs that can cause headaches in as little as 20 minutes of use, as they blink too much, says Professor Arnold Wilkins of the University of Essex.
LEDs can also cause headaches
Even though the fluorescent lights are 35 percent squarely in each flash, the LEDs show 100-percent squiggle, which is actually they turn on and off several times every second.According to expert opinion, headaches are caused by confusion of eye movement control, the brain must therefore work harder. So where is the LED circle, according to previous research twice as likely to have a headacheTraditional halogen light bulbs will be banned in the UK from September, similar to the whole EU. For example, among some big companies - IKEA only sells LED bulbs. Conventional light bulbs are expected to disappear completely from the household in the coming few years.