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monitor eye safety help

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my monitor is from 2009 or older and it acer it very bright and i do not want blue light or flickering i have a extreme dry eye and i wear computer glasses with brightness remover on my glasses too and uv protection and i use flex too and i still get dry eye and head pains and some times i dont sleep well i work on a computer over 9 hours or more so am looking for monitors for every day use with strong color ips or more i am looking for pro artist with colors Photoshop maybe autodesk maya and photography and hd 4k are still debating on them but i care more blue light blockers with no flickering any good ones this year or any one used before here?
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The BenQ XL2411Z 24" LED 144Hz might be what you're looking for
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Low Blue Light, Gaming-comfort Flicker-free, Gaming Refresh rate Optimization Management (GROM)

Edited by Comatosed - 11/5/15 at 6:01pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k 4.6 @1.27 Asus P8Z77 V LX GTX 980ti ripjaw 2133 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
samsung evo LG blu-ray rw/r xspc rasa block, dual front rad, 900lh pump win 10 64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
23"GD245HQ & 2 x 21" in surround wireless sweex thermaltake 730w modular ModdedTrendsonic 
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g602 Thermaltake tai chi m2 corsair h2100 
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