Nurses from two Danish hospitals have reaffirmed that avoiding blue frequency light at night can help with sleep.
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The right lighting in nursing homes can improve the sleep, mood and behaviour for patients with Alzheimer's disease, says the preliminary findings of a new study.
Ultra-violet LEDs are set to play a major role in disinfecting buildings as big-brand manufacturers announced moves into the technology.
It’s too early to implement human-centric lighting, the world authority on the subject has declared.
Tracking assets in a building using the lights is taking a major step closer this month as major supplier Osram unveils a simplified version of the technology.
A DANISH hospital is experimenting with saturated colour in its operating theatre in a bid to reduce the fatigue of surgeons and nurses and improve visual comfort during critical medical procedures.
Scandinavian airline SAS has fitted its premium waiting area at Oslo Airport with a collection of tunable LED lights to help passengers dose up with stimulation or relaxation as they see fit.
A Norwegian hospital is using orange light to reduce hyperactivity and anxiety in psychiatric patients.
Working nights is notoriously bad for your health – it’s been linked with chronic disorders such as cardiovascular disease and even cancer. Blame has fallen on the disruption to the sleep-wake cycle, which is set by light. So scientists are now asking: can clever lighting help?