Recently there have been several studies commissioned that prove that natural daylight can have a positive impact on a person’s health, mood, productivity and satisfaction.
Today, we have good sources and choices for home lighting.
Susan Bloom clarifies that by having sunlight can give you happiness, health and energy. Sunlight is a source for your well-being and to lead to a healthier environment.
Bloom stated that exposure to full-spectrum sunlight further enables us to synthesize vitamin D, which promotes strong nerve and muscle functioning as well as cell growth regulation. Vitamin D gives you calcium in your body and is also helps with bone growth.
Having daylight in your home is healthy because it can boost your energy and help ease tension. Daylight can also help increase our immunity and metabolism as well. Studies show that more exposure to natural light can even help improve our sleep.
Did you know that 1,000,000 million people around the world use light bulbs? Even though it may be easier to just switch the lights on and off, once in a while it is good to have fresh air and brightness into your home.
Another way to have sunlight is solar panels. Solar panels are designed to absorb the sun's rays for generating electricity or heating—by having a solar panel, you can lower your electricity bill.
By increasing the amount of natural light from the sun in your home, you also are able to decrease the amount of electricity you use—and the cost for using that electricity as well. Of course, the environment benefits from this as well.
What better way than to save your energy bill by reducing the amount of time you use electricity? If every household used sunlight for half of the day; and the other half with light bulbs, it can not only reduce cost, but also provides a healthy environment to you and your home.
Now you can’t throw out all of your light bulbs and rely only on daylight. But increasing daylight can benefit you, your home, your health, and the environment.