Lighting for Health

People-centred lighting solutions

Biodynamic Lighting Solutions – Bring the Natural Outdoor Light Indoors

Light gives our life rhythm, regulating our biological clock and providing a sense of health and wellbeing. Yet modern lifestyles are all too often lived indoors, shut away from natural light, which can have significiant consequences on health – especially for people from 40 onwards when eyesight starts to mature. Our biodynamic lighting solutions, which ‘bring the natural energies of natural light indoors’, can help.

The brilliance of biodynamic lighting
Research has shown that biodynamic lighting, which mimics natural light, has a highly beneficial effect on biological, physiological, physical and psychological wellbeing, increasing human alertness, activity and productivity and promoting a restful night’s sleep. Biodynamic lighting can also help those suffering with dementia and Alzheimer’s to live active and fulfilling lives for longer.
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A lighting design service with a big difference
At Lighting for Health, we put people at the centre of our lighting solutions, whilst illuminating architectural spaces, beautifully, and protecting the environment. No other lighting solution can enhance architectural spaces this perfectly by providing the right level of lighting and spectral quality, whilst ultimately helping to improve health and wellbeing.
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Do you Suffer from Lack of Light or Winter Blues?
During the winter season, most people suffer from the symptoms of winter blues, which is triggered by the shortness of daylight hours. This include: lack of energy, daytime tiredness, social withdrawal, annoyance, sadness, craving for carbohydrates, and weight gain. Studies show that bright light therapy relieves winter blues symptoms by 60-90%…
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Impact of Windows and Daylight Exposure on Overall Health and Sleep Quality of Office Workers
Research indicates that light levels during the working day are linked to productivity, mood and performance. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, investigated daytime light exposure, sleep quality and health of employees who worked in windowless environments compared to employees who worked in workplaces where there was exposure to natural daylight.
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Seminar on Dementia Care Environments
Lighting for Health participated in a highly informative seminar on ‘Design for Dementia and Senior Living Environments’
in May 2016

Lighting for Health addressed the need for good lighting for older adults and the care providers and focused on the benefits of a biodynamic lighting solution for dementia and senior living environments.
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Could an insulin nasal spray help treat Alzheimer’s?
A new study at Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC, reveals they may have found a promising new treatment for the disease – in the form of an insulin nasal spray.
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Scientists uncover potential to restore lost memories in patients with early Alzheimer’s
The research team at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) claim that encouraging the nervous system to regenerate damaged connections between brain cells could restore lost memories in humans.
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Eye tests ‘could spot’ early Alzheimer’s disease
New research suggests that simple regular eye checks could be used to identify Alzheimer’s disease at a very early stage, long before any symptoms. Find out more >>

One hour of exercise a week ‘can halve dementia risk’
Some simple lifestyle changes can help lower our risk of developing dementia.
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