Thanks to evolution, our lives and our activities are driven by the natural day-night cycle. Throughout the day, when plenty of natural light is available, we are active and perform all our activities, such as school, work, hobbies and entertainment. The evening is a period when the light fades and gradually weakens. With darkness comes the time for a needed rest.
Our everyday cycle developed as an adaptation to the environment that surrounds us. Scientific research has confirmed that compliance with the natural day-night cycle is not only a practical thing but it is also deeply rooted in our nature. Type of light affects the human organism, the production of vitamins and production of melatonin that regulates sleep, therefore has a direct impact on mood and health of our bodies.
About 80% of our sensory impressions are registered through our eyes. And it is a quality of light that determines how well we see and perceive our surrounding. Lighting type has a key impact on our eyesight and it directly affects our mental and physical well-being.