Are your office lights draining employees will to work? Does fatigue set-in during the afternoon? Poor lighting can directly impact workers health and productivity.
Natural light is the key ingredient for ergonomic lighting design. If your office space has a lack of natural light, you can still make some simple improvements that will pay big dividends.
Most people are aware of the importance of protecting their skin from the damaging effects of the sun. We accept that the sun’s UV rays cause premature aging, skin damage, and increase our risk of developing skin cancer.
While a good percentage of us are diligent about protecting our skin while basking in direct sunlight, we feel protected from the effects of UV radiation while indoors.
Teachers have a considerable amount of influence over their classroom environment. Some teachers pay closer attention to the details of their environment that others commonly overlook, including the negative impact of fluorescent lighting in the classroom.
While there are many medications to treat migraine pain, or reduce the frequency of episodes, medical intervention alone is unlikely to prevent them. Doctors commonly advise people living with migraines to avoid their migraine triggers, the environmental stimuli that send symptoms into overdrive.
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If you remember the classic Tom Hanks movie “Joe vs. the Volcano,” you know that one reason the main character set out for a life-changing adventure was those blinking fluorescent lights in his office that he felt were just sucking the life force out of him.
If you’ve spent even one day in a work environment without natural light, then you know how the dreary indoors make your body and mind feel like it’s shutting down.
Have you ever noticed that the more time you spend indoors, the more you tend to feel tired, depressed, or both? This is perfectly natural, because the light generated by the fluorescent lighting common to our homes and offices fail to provide the full spectrum of light that the sun provides. This is where full spectrum light bulbs come in, because such bulbs are designed to more closely replicate the intensity and range of colors found in natural daylight.
At Make Great Light, we offer two fluorescent light filter products to choose from (more products coming in the future). A question we often get is which fluorescent light filter is best for my situation. In this post, we tackle that question and try to bring clarity between the two options.
Welcome to makegreatlight.com! We are so excited to finally be online after many years of selling fluorescent light filters directly to schools, offices, retailers and manufacturing facilities.