Dimmer lights around the school
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Over 2,000 students attend Wheaton North high school for eight hours a day. Five days a week for seven class periods. The fluorescent lights can trigger headaches which lead to migraines, fatigue, and eye strain. Staring at a computer screen for a 45 minute class period while the lights are on can also make the problem worse and more complicated for students to concentrate due to the brightness. Fluorescent lights reflect off the tile floors and cause a glare which also leads to headaches and nausea. An easy solution for this problem is to put dimmer lights around the school. Making the lights dimmer will create a calm and comfortable environment for the students and hopefully focus more.
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