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    Focusing, Flashes, and 3D Effects Bother Eyes
    Grippa posted:
    Over the years, my eyes have become increasingly bothersome while doing everyday things. If I play a video game, for example, and something comes at the screen, I would have to turn away and rub my eyes, or use some awkward position to alleviate the issue with my eyes (such as pulling on my hair, that works for some reason). It even occurs when writing on a piece of paper/typing (it's occurring while I try to type this up), and also when I'm lying in bed trying to sleep. I am not entirely sure if this is an eye problem directly or if there is some psychological explanation.

    I am a nineteen year old male in college, if that helps.
    Kimmie65 responded:
    I have the same thing.

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