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Can intelligent lighting improve our mental and physical health now we are spending more time at home than ever? Discover the benefits of LUCTRA – and how to beat those winter lockdown blues.
Do you ever wonder why we feel more tired and sluggish in the winter months? It’s because the daily pattern of day and night affects us all, and although we may not realise it, light has a significant influence on many processes inside our bodies (our circadian rhythm).
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors – and right now, as most of us continue to work from home, this figure has increased to almost 100%.
Whilst spending all our time indoors, our minimal exposure to natural light often results in a feeling that has been described as social jet lag which has a negative effect on our health.
But don’t worry – there is a solution. LUCTRA’s modern LED lamps are packed with advanced technology that provide healthy light whilst indoors and promote wellbeing.
This type of lighting – human centric lighting – replicates the motions and colour spectrum of the sun. This stimulates the production of the hormones melatonin and serotonin which work to balance sleep, productivity and overall wellbeing.
LUCTRA lamps are completely flexible and can be personalised to your daily routine using the sleek touch panel or the app, which means you get exactly the right light for you during the day without having to think about it.
So, if you’re stuck working from home (or even when you get back to the office), LUCTRA’s human centric floor, table and mobile lights can support your physical and mental wellbeing.
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