In a recent study conducted by Northwestern Medicine and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, it was found that lighting design can improve office worker’s health. The study, which was published in Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine contains some surprising results.
This June 2oth marks this year’s summer solstice, an annual event marking the first “official” day of summer. To celebrate, Make Great Light is having a summer solstice sale. For a limited time, we are offering great discounts on our fluorescent light filters. From June 21st on, the days get shorter. Make sure that you start a plan for getting your daily exposure to full spectrum light during the fall and winter months.
There are many variations of fluorescent light fixtures in office spaces, but all of them have one common goal: to light the workspace efficiently for optimal worker performance. There are two common styles of workspace lighting; prismatic and parabolic.
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The health benefits that full spectrum light provides has been known for decades to researchers and lighting designers. There is a mountain of evidence that natural light can increase productivity, sharpen visual acuity, raise mental alertness, lower depression, balance the circadian rhythm and lower the risk of certain cancers.
With lupus month already in full swing, we decided to help raise awareness by creating an infographic of lupus facts. This eye-catching graphic illustrates the current scope of lupus in our nation.
Study shows the financial impact of insomnia
With the return of one of the most popular and engrossing cable television shows of all time, AMC’s The Walking Dead, our fascination with the undead continues to reach ghastly levels. However, if you want to see the real walking dead, take a stroll around the office or a classroom. Insomnia affects an estimated one-third of Americans, causing a ridiculous amount of productivity loss for businesses.