"now i switched to a "natural light"swirl bulb ..."
Are you referring to a compact fluorescent (swirled) bulb? If so, I have experienced rashes and burning on the face when sitting near one. Some CFLs create a magnetic field throughout the house which I have measured even extending out into the yard.
From: jonahwales [via ES] <ml-node+[hidden email]> Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2016 4:20 AM To: Fog Top Subject: [ES] Let there be non-incandescent light!
There is no such thing as natural CFL-light.
Both CFLs and LEDs produce very irregular light, that the brain may see on the conscious level as white, but it is not.
Just as a mixture of yellow and blue is seen as green, but does not have the frequencies for green.
Apart from unnatural light with some frequencies spiking and others weak or even missing, CFL- and LED- lamps create EMF fields, including dirty electricity.
Certainly some are much worse than others but incandescent bulbs are always preferable EMF-wise.
Avoid steel lamp armature since it can emit strong electrical fields, even when switched off ( turn around the plug in that case, or better get rid of it ).
Absolutely best is to run incandescent lamps on ( proper ) DC, which stops both the remaining EMF-pollution and the 50/60 Hz flicker, which feels as a real relief.
Halogen light-bulbs are also incandescent and give a slightly brighter, less warm light.
Florescent is the worst. Refused to ever have in my home. My last rental had it as the kitchen light, but I bought a clip on w/ an incandescant to use instead. CFLs are just a compact florescent light.