While working from home over the
past two years, you may have noticed
that there were instances where you
just felt burned out from working at
home. In order to address this
monotony, you may have moved to
another spot within your house just to
give you better energy.
Now take a look at your go-to spot
when your home office isn’t cutting it
for you. Whether it’s your garden or
your conservatory, the one thing you’ll
notice in your alternative work spot is
the amount of natural light that you’re
Understanding how natural light can help you will make you reconsider how your house
lets in such lighting and look to incorporate more natural light into your home.
Benefits of Exposure to Natural
Sunlight is the natural source of vitamin
D, which is a critical nutrient for our
development, as it strengthens our bones
Exposure to natural light gives us a
healthy dose of this critical vitamin.
Besides getting a steady amount of
vitamin D, exposure to natural sunlight
can provide long-term benefits for your
eyesight. Our eyes aren’t attuned to
prolonged exposure can damage your
eyesight. Spending time under the sun
can help in sharpening your eyesight.
The boons you can get from natural
lighting aren’t limited to our physical
wellbeing. Natural sunlight can have a
positive impact on your mental health, as
it improves your mood and productivity.
Natural light is particularly effective
against Seasonal Affective Disorder, a
form of depression that usually hits
people during the colder months of the
year. Exposing yourself to sunlight during the
winter can help you keep your mood and
production levels from falling.
Natural lighting can also have a positive effect
on your home as well. A house with plenty of
natural light can save you a considerable
amount of money from your utility bills. A