How Circadian Lighting Helps Designers Create Healthy Spaces

July 18, 2019 Karin McReynolds

"For optimal health, people need their circadian rhythms to reset every day. In the morning you need a dose of blue light, and as the day wears on, the light should become more of a redder hue."

Follow this link to view the rest of the article by Margaret Poe in gb&d magazine:
https://gbdmagazine.com/2018/circadian-lighting/

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