ok me and my sister were talking about this how do poeple with photosensitive epilepsy ...sick xmas with all the flashing lights...snice there be's alot of that at xmas...i have a firend with epilepsy ( not sure what kind tho) but i dont wanna ask him cos it might be a sensative subject... but im asking here on ao .... how do you think they can stand that at xmas...thye have no choice thay have to see it in some way......
Hmmm, pretty interesting question lol.
I would say sunglasses. If not that then not then just don't look directly at the light.
well my mum has epilepsy and its hard for her to get around near xmas cause the flashing and stuff and sunglasses don't work and i really hope there is a photo sensitive flashing
My sis has epilepsy and she tries ta limit her exposure as much as she can, but if she does go out, she tries ta do it durin' the day. If she has ta go out at night, she has some1 go wit her and drive her ta wherever she needs ta go, usually. She also doesn' stare directly at the lights, it's difficult ta do, but it actually helps.
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Even for me, driving at night with all the added lights makes my eyes bleed. At least it gives me a pounding headache and strained eyes.
As far as photosensitive epilepsy, I'd have to say that it must be a little of a drag for people with it. However, over the years the amount of people putting up Christmas lights and decorations have decreased since the 50's. Before, everyone put up lights. Now, one is lucky if more than one house per block has them up.