Full-spectrum light (issue 31)

Around the world different people are talking about how they use full-spectrum lighting in their day-to-day lives. We feature some of the best here.


Acquiring Vitamin D through your…eyes?
According to two researchers, German Ophthalmologist Fritz Hollwich, MD as well as John Ott, Hon. D. Sci, the array of bodily organs and systems that depend on full spectrum light is astounding. “When the eyes are exposed to natural light the pituitary gland, thyroid, adrenal glands, ovaries, testes, pancreas, liver, and kidneys all function better.”


What Can I Feed My Wild Brown Anole Lizard?
They require full-spectrum light during the day and temperatures between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.


Keeping Your Reptile Warm and Healthy
Full spectrum UV bulbs simulate the different degrees of natural sunlight, but nothing can duplicate the real thing. Whenever possible, place your lizard’s habitat in a location that allows access to natural sunlight.


Customize your Kitchen for the Rainy Days!
Installing full-spectrum light bulbs or additional bulbs of low-wattage are also some of the things one can do in creating a cheerful space.


Beauty Lighting – Looking Your Best
Aside from using the right cosmetics, there are a few things you can do in regards to light to increase your outer beauty. First of all, pay attention to the light in your house


11 Ways To Be Happier At Work
Dr. Kryder says the best way to recover from a bad encounter at the office that’s leaving you feeling anxious or upset is to take a walk—outside! “Full-spectrum light such as sunlight has been shown to elevate mood,” she says.




Related posts:

  1. Full-Spectrum Light (issue 48)
  2. Full-Spectrum Light (issue 19)
  3. Full-Spectrum Light (issue 42)
  4. Full-Spectrum Light (issue 50)
  5. Who’s talking about full-spectrum lighting – issue 3

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