Lighting color affects sleep, wakefulness

Posted by on June 8, 2016 7:42 pm
Categories: health

A research team has shown how different colors of light could affect our ability to sleep. At the same time they have established that the light-sensitive pigment melanopsin is necessary for the substantial wavelength-dependent effects of light on sleep. The results point to a need to understand the effects of artificial lighting’s different color balances.

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