Our expert says:
Well, I'm short-sighted, but hardly an eye man ! I know some people do complain of discomfort they p]blame on flourescent lighting, but there are so many other factors which might be responsible --- air-conditioning, dryness of the air due to heating, dust, whatever. The use of artificial tears ( in a world so full of real ones !) suggests dryness, which is more likely to be an effect of atmosphere than light. Maybe a humidifier would be worth trying ? The only faintly psych-relevant info is there has been research showing that the rate of discomfort, various health complaints, etc., is higher in people with internal offices and no facility for looking out the window on the world outside.
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