Every cell in your body has light receptors. As result of this they have the capacity to transform light into energy.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93% of their life indoors, 87% of their life inside buildings, then another 6% of their life in cars. And only about 7% of their entire life outdoors. The lack of natural light inhibits our body’s natural function.
The lack of natural light compromises our bodies’ function in the following ways:
- Causes inflammatory syndromes
- Influence our cognitive performance
- Disrupts sleep and sleep quality