Take a break of 15 minutes per hour of playing to protect your health. Do not play when you are tired or have not had enough sleep. Always play in a well-lit room.
A very small percentage of people may experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain lighting effects or light patterns in their daily environment. Sometimes these people experience an epileptic seizure when they watch television pictures or play video software. Even players who have never had a seizure before can suffer from previously unrecognized epilepsy. If you have epilepsy, see your doctor before using video games.
If you experience any of the following symptoms (dizziness, changes in vision, muscle twitching, any kind of uncontrolled movements, loss of consciousness, disorientation and / or convulsions), stop the game immediately and consult a doctor.