Harnessing Human Centric Lights to Optimise Sleep

Lighting is key to our visual response but it also plays a more sophisticated role for our health. Today most LED white light emits harmful blue ray which affects health and sleep. By introducing circadian lighting, it mimics our natural internal biological rhythm which helps us in increased alertness, productivity and concentration; and also in improved deep sleep when our body needs to rest naturally by releasing melatonin and dopamine to help one relax and ease into the night. Having good sleep quality also strengthen our immune system as proven in many researches.

Night Shift or Shift Workers can benefit from better health and reducing their medical expenses.