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Being in the Dark May Be a Good Thing After All.

Published on 10/29/2016
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Being in the Dark May Be a Good Thing After All.



Only a few short years ago, the average person owned or utilised very little tech. Compare that to today and it's astonishing just how much tech most people personally own or surround themselves with. In our modern day existence we are constantly exposed to the bright lights of the computer, tablet, cell phone, large flat screen TV or even just using the ATM.


So what's the cumulative effect of all this screen gazing we partake in on a regular basis? Is it just our eyes we need to be concerned about? Apparently, the exposure to constant bright lights goes far beyond just affecting our eyes but can actually alter our bodies on a chemical level. It has been shown that exposure to constant bright lights increases the production of stress hormones.


In contrast to the bombardment of lights, picture this:

A restaurant, low lights, probably candlelit but just bright enough to make out faces and food on the plates. There is gentle unobtrusive music in the background, only interrupted by the occasional laughter and conversation from diners. It's a harmonious scene full of ambience and relaxation.



You may have visited such a restaurant in the past and enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere. And I'm guessing that during your time in that restaurant, your body did not engage in producing stress hormones. Instead, you were more likely to experience the benefits of feel good chemicals like endorphins.


Many establishments will go to great lengths to create an atmosphere that is not stress-inducing. They know that the customer needs 'down time' and an escape from the bright lights and loud noises that is day to day living. But we don't have to visit a restaurant, spa or hotel to experience a sense of 'getting away from it all.' It is possible to create a similar atmosphere within our homes. If you don't have a dimmer switch, light a few candles (adhering to safety measures of course) or use a floor lamp rather than harsh overhead lighting. Turn off the flat screen, put away the tablet, phone and laptop, not forever... but maybe just long enough to bring those stress levels down.


Taking a break from all the bright light stimuli will leave you feeling calmer and recharged. So remember to turn down the lights and turn up the happiness.

Bev Austin



I wish you Happiness Health and Wealth!!!



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