Making sure you receive enough bright light at the right time of day has been clinically proven to be able to boost your energy, help your focus, and also help you sleep better. However being able to monitor just how much bright light we actually encounter is sometimes a little tricky to monitor.
Now a new device called the SunSprite Light Tracker has been specifically designed to help us easily track the amount of daylight our bodies are exposed to. Making sure we receive the right amount to help us focus, remain energised and also improve our sleep patterns.
“SunSprite’s dual sensors measure the brightness of both visible and UV light so you can make sure you’re getting the right amount of light — enough visible light to be healthy while avoiding too many harmful UV rays. SunSprite’s LED display (as well as its smartphone app) can tell you if the light you’re in is bright enough to be beneficial.”
“On top of this, bright light has been linked to proper eye development, reduced incidence of ADHD, lower blood pressure, reduction in body fat, and strong Vitamin D levels. Every morning’s brightness is different. And the pupils in your eyes constantly adjust to the light levels around you – this is how you can see things in both daylight and starlight. Unfortunately, this adaptability makes your eyes a bad judge of brightness. SunSprite makes it effortless to track all your light exposure – from bright, sunny days to sunset hikes with your pup.”
For more information on the new SunSprite Light Tracker jump over to the Indiegogo website for details and to make a pledge to help the SunSprite Light Tracker become a reality.