Natural light, our health asset
During the course of our day, we are regularly locked in between four walls, whether in the office, on public transport, in shopping centres or even at home. Some of the places we spend time in may lack natural light and this has an impact on our well-being.
The effects of lack of natural light
Very few people are unaware of this, but the absence of a source of natural light can have harmful effects on humans and their health:
- Intellectual performanceThe Cardiovascular System
- Melatonin secretion: sleep hormone
- Serotonin secretion: happiness hormone
Moreover, the fact that daylight is more important to our health allows us to reduce the need to take medication by treating ourselves in a natural way.
Why artificial light cannot replace natural light
The light spectrum of natural light has effects on our vision, but also on our biological functions. Artificial light has been created in order to clearly see the tasks we perform. It is therefore made only for the visual aspect of the eye, but it does not meet our biological needs. Only sunlight is adapted to the proper functioning of the human body.