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Living in Glass Houses
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But how can living in glass houses improve your health? It is well known that light contributes to our overall wellbeing. The advantages of living in a glass house are threefold. First of all, our physical wellbeing would improve by the daylight exposure. While light in the morning helps us wake up and feel alert, dimmer light at night cues us to fall asleep. Secondly, our mental health could benefit from the natural light. Living with nature’s rhythm provides a certain ‘calmness’ and ‘serenity’ . It can release stress and help us ease our mind. Thirdly, social wellbeing plays an important role in our overall happiness. Living in harmony with nature could actively engage you with life, and improve your social connectedness as well.
As said by the World Health Organisation “Health is a state of complete mental, physical, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Natural daylight can contribute to your health in a great way, and glass plays a key role in making that happen. If you want to see more about the Photon Space, click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo-UC0_Dp1U ).