Unable to sleep?
Adjusting the biological clock
The daylight detector uses light to adjust our biological clock with the time of day. In the morning the intense daylight activates us. In the evening, when the sun goes down it prepares our body for a good night’s sleep.
The daylight detector are cells in the retina of our eyes. These cells detect the intensity, colour and duration of light and send signals to our brain that adjust our biological clock according to the time of day. The clock adjusts our body rhythms, including metabolism, energy, sleep and mood. So if you cannot sleep, it could be due to a disrupted biological clock.
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Light supports us in everything we do. Good light means the right light at the right time. It has a great positive impact on our experience of energy, sleep, happiness and health.