Sunlight improves metabolism and can even help you lose weight. Red light helps recovery and helps athletes recover faster. Blue light negatively affects your sleep and possibly causes diabetes. Over the years, research in the field of light therapy and how it affects us physiologically has changed our ideas about light.
You cannot control what happens in nature; You cannot afford your own light therapy device or weekly sauna treatments; and your use of electronics may not be negotiable, depending on your work. But you can customize the light in your home.
Decorating your kitchen with bright white lights better illuminates the space for cooking, cooking and baking. Adding softer lighting to the bedroom makes reading or relaxing at bedtime more appropriate for your circadian rhythm. And adding colored lights to the living room can give a funny glow, whether you are having a birthday or a football party.
Moreover, the new smart LED lamps no longer need a bridge to act as an intermediary. Now you can control their most important functions using only your phone and setup without fuss. It’s true that many of the most modern light bulbs on the market are closer to Amazon Alexas or Apple devices than to your traditional models. Here are four of our favorites to upgrade your home.
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