Full spectrum lighting is closer to natural sunlight and it’s a scientific fact that your eyes see best in natural daylight. Natural daylight causes your eye muscles to relax and process images better, letting you see with greater contrast and truer colors with less effort. The basic premise is that the eyes’ photoreceptors, rods and cones, work best together when exposed to the full and balanced spectrum of visible light. With balanced stimuli, your brain is more efficient in interpreting the wide range of information needed to create an accurate mental representation of the world around you.
Full spectrum light enhances the clarity and contrast of reading materials, crafts, and detail work while reducing shadows and glare. So much of our time is spent indoors that the quality of lighting has become a key factor to creating a healthy and productive lifestyle.
In recent years, full-spectrum lighting has also been used in the treatment of season affective disorder through light boxes that mimic natural sunlight. Light is an environmental stimulus for regulating circadian rhythms.
With our large selection of full spectrum lighting options, you can bring full spectrum light to any area of your house for any task.