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The Brighter the Daylight… the Deeper You Sleep

As we’ve discussed earlier, indoor lighting is not bright enough to sync the circadian rhythm.

Yet, this remains true all day: indoor lights fail to meet our basic biological needs for bright daytime light.

Bright daytime light impacts your:
  • Brain chemistry (dopamine/serotonin)
  • Digestion & Gut Health
  • Hormonal Balance
  • Hormonal Production
  • Blood Sugar
  • Inflammation
  • Immunity
  • Metabolism
  • Your SLEEP

Every single thing we do affects our health — and bright daytime light has a wealth of benefits to the entire body.

But of all these benefits, bright’s lights influence on the circadian rhythm is perhaps the most influential.

What’s the best way to get bright daytime light — how much is enough, and how do we safely receive it?

And what those rainy days and wintry months where sun isn’t available? Some products claim to provide bright light (for instance: SAD Lamps), but unfortunately, most are unbalanced, suboptimal, and overpriced.

Let’s explore how to pursue — and cultivate — bright light each and every day.

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