Mimicking natural light to improve patient wellbeing in hospitals

Mimicking natural light to improve patient wellbeing in hospitals

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The body’s circadian rhythm is dependent upon the daily light/dark schedule of the sun, and disrupting this rhythm is now linked with a of myriad health problems. We’ve seen how the use of adaptive LED lighting can reduce the effects of jet lag, and now hospitals are making similar use of sunlight-mimicking LED lights to improve patient care.

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