Some individuals with apparently normal eyesight, experience discomfort when viewing a page of print. Some report that the words appear to move, wobble or flicker while others say that the page appears too bright or the words are too close together. This condition is sometimes known as Meares-Irlen syndrome and is particularly prevalent in, although not exclusive to, people with dyslexia. Those affected by the condition may skip words or lines when reading. Others report eyestrain or headaches after reading.