You know that piercing blue-ish hue that you find your screen usually emitting? Well, that’s not the best thing for our eyes, or our heads. Exposure to excessive light at night, especially from our tech-savvy devices, can promote sleep associated problems. By having a neutral dim-light setting, you can prevent the amount of damage that staring into a screen for hours on end can do.
According to their website, the research shows that a warmer light can help with the functionality of the brain and behavior within relationships;
“From http://www.springerlink.com/content/g0882155n2838807/ “Effects of indoor lighting (illuminance and spectral distribution) on the performance of cognitive tasks and interpersonal behaviors: The potential mediating role of positive affect”
In Study 2, subjects exposed to warm white light reported stronger preferences for resolving interpersonal conflicts through collaboration and weaker preferences for resolving conflicts through avoidance than subjects exposed to cool-white light. Additionally, illuminance and spectral distribution (color) interacted to influence subjects’ self-set goals on a clerical coding task. In Study 3, receipt of a small, unexpected gift and exposure to warm-white light both increased the amount of time subjects were willing to donate as unpaid volunteers. In addition, in the absence of a gift, subjects volunteered more time under low than under high illuminance.”
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