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This light is a game-changer

Personally, I find it so unpleasant getting up when it's dark. And I always begrudge it when I inevitably break the early wake up routine I've built over the summer. This is where Lumie Bodyclock comes in! Waking up with the gradual sunrise really does feel very natural and each morning I've woken up feeling much calmer than when I've previously just set an alarm. No more of that jolting awake feeling. The sounds are great - we now wake up to lovely tropical birds.

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Quick GuidesMay 4

How is Burnout Affecting Your Sleep?

We all know that mental health and sleep go hand in hand. So, it’s not surprising that feelings of burnout could be coming between you and your best-ever sleep! In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation, sleeping for less than six hours each night is a key indicator that you may be burnt out.
Case StudySep 20

Improving Employee Happiness with Light: A Workplace Wellbeing Study

We all depend on light more than you may realise. There’s a reason we talk about a sunny disposition! Light is a natural stimulant that helps you feel positive, upbeat and full of life. It's also an important factor for your overall physical well-being as it keeps your circadian rhythm on track so that your daily rhythms (i.e. when we eat and sleep) are aligned. However, with nearly one-third of your waking time spent at work, chances are you aren’t making the most of the daylight hours as the seasons change and days become ever-shorter. To explore how Lumie lights can help mitigate this, we’ve invited over 70 employees from four organisations to join a ‘light therapy intervention’.
Quick GuidesAug 31

Why is Sleep So Important for Teenagers? A Sleep Expert Explains

It’s not news that sleep is super important to our health and overall wellbeing. It’s an essential function that allows our bodies and minds to recharge at the end of each day and without it, our brains wouldn't work properly. It’s advised that adults get around 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night, but research has shown that 14-17 year-olds need even more! Which poses the question, why is sleep so important for teenagers?