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Lacking concentration?

Our body has a daylight detector: light-sensitive cells in our eyes, called “spheres". These connect to the part of the brain called the biological clock that regulates our body’s daily rhythms. The daylight detector also connects to parts of our brain that regulate our alertness and mood.

These light-sensitive cells, play a crucial role in synchronizing our internal circadian rhythms with the external light-dark cycle. This animation illustrates how our brain processes natural light and how it impacts our physical and psychological well-being. So spend time outdoors, sit within one meter of a window and use artificial light that mimics daylight. Regular exposure to daylight is important for maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

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Good light supports us in everything we do. Good light has a great positive impact on our experience of energy, sleep, happiness and health.



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