There are many facts about light, we don’t know. The best lighting for your eyes in your home is important. We remember this when our eyes get tired, and we think about how to keep them healthy for many years. Vision problems affect both our well-being and our mood.
There are a few facts to consider when planning your home lighting. If you follow them, the chance of maintaining eye health for as long as possible increases. Comfortable lighting will help with this.
When you go from a well-lit area to a dimmer, it takes some time for your eyes to adjust to the new lighting. Hence, if you have intense light in the living room, and the lighting in the dining room is dimmed, your eyes will get tired when you move from room to room. It is important to create conditions so that the average lighting in different rooms in the same living space is approximately the same.
There are facts that For fans of modern interiors, the best option would be LED lamps, similar to light panels, as in the photo below (pendant or ceiling). It will provide uniform overall lighting. Private and public indoor lighting is distinguished by the fact that general standards are prescribed for fixed lighting.
Bright and harsh light can negatively affect vision. When you are busy with work, you need a lot of light. But when a person wants to relax and unwind in the evening, it is recommended to reduce the amount of light in order to relieve eye strain. The simplest solution in this case is the dimming function. The dimmer is suitable for use in living rooms and bedrooms. By adjusting (reducing) the light output, you create a comfortable atmosphere and relax your eyes.
Table lamps and other types of work lamps are recommended for reading, writing and other activities that require focused attention for an extended period of time. Small lamps with moving elements, with which you can adjust the position of the light source (height, tilt, rotation) and the direction of the light flow, are an effective solution to work. Unlike diffuse directional light, it is used when needed: it is “focused” and illuminates small objects, areas, and objects, but not the entire room.
These can be work tables, work surfaces, reading areas, areas for cooking and washing dishes. Be sure to provide lighting in the kitchen; in the work area. You should be able to see what you are cutting, washing, or wiping. Agree that hurting yourself even a little from poor lighting is not only painful, but humiliating as well.
If you have dark stairs or hallways and hallways in your home, it is a good idea to install guide lights that indicate path and direction (don’t illuminate the space itself). Marker lamps are often built into the surface, although there are overhead options. They will help navigate in the dark and prevent accidents.
Fluorescent lights sometimes flicker, for example, when they are overheated. Usually, this effect stops when the power grid stabilizes. But some people feel the blink afterward. Especially when the tension changes. The effect of the flashing lamp can cause eye tingling and headache. Avoid these situations to achieve comfortable lighting. Use high quality modern bulbs and EPRA (Electronic Ballasts).
With age, a person becomes more sensitive to glare. Sunlight is reflected off shiny surfaces or other glare sources. To avoid glare and reflections, choose matte furniture, wall coverings, polarized glass, curtains and blinds. This technology will help reduce the reflection of sunlight from incandescent elements inside.
Full spectrum lights, which cover nearly the full spectrum of visible light (from infrared to near ultraviolet), are the best choice for the eyes. It will provide comfortable lighting. Full spectrum light sources allow most people to better perceive color. This is especially important for designers and artists. Some experts even claim that this light mimics sunlight and ultraviolet rays, which have a positive effect on moods and tones. Full spectrum lights also create a comfortable environment for working and studying. The latest generation of LED lights from some manufacturers fully meet these spectrum requirements.