When you are feeling blue and a little sluggish my advice is drag your favourite seat over to a window and let the rays of the sun boost you back up again.
Daylight reveals color; artificial light drains it.
Daylight has a vital influence on human health. Its’ powerful link to nature and its potential is not nearly used to its full extent in homes today.
Recent studies have attempted to link environmental clues, such as lighting, with human performance and health, and initial findings indicate a positive correlation between the two. Light can affect humans on physical, physiological, and psychological levels and lack of light can have consequences for human health. With us spending more time indoors rather than outdoors like our ancestors it’s important for your home to give you a boost. Your windows in the home are your daylight providers. Make use of them and put a smile back onto your face.