How to make the indoor environment not hurt your eyes
According to experts, the visual environment affects people’s vision health to varying degrees. The human eye can adapt to a certain range of light radiation due to pupillary adjustment, but when the light radiation increases to a certain amount, it will be on the environment and the human body.Health has an adverse effect, which is called “light pollution.”
So, in the interior decoration, what is the “light pollution” situation worth paying attention to?
The decoration is too bright in order to make the room look more “magnificent” and to some extent repeat the lack of lighting.
Some families prefer to decorate with higher-quality tiles, even indoors with multiple mirrors, whitewashed walls, and so on.
Expert comment: Under normal circumstances, the light reflection coefficient of the roof and the wall should be less than 60%, the ground should be 15% -35% overly bright decorative surface, the reflection coefficient is as high as 90%, exceeding the human body’s tolerance.
In this highly reflective, lacking color environment, the cornea and iris may be damaged, causing visual fatigue or decreased vision, increasing the incidence of cataract.
At the same time, it will disturb the normal circadian rhythm and induce neurasthenia and insomnia.
Colorful lighting Many families in the replacement of lamps and light sources, in order to pursue romance, luxury, often reasonable and reasonable lighting needs, the lighting is designed into one, sometimes it seems quite messy.
Expert comment: The color of the messy lights, in addition to harming vision, also interfere with the function of the central nervous system of the brain.
People who live for a long time under excessive, uncoordinated light radiation may experience symptoms such as dizziness, dizziness, insomnia and depression, and even elevated blood pressure, palpitations, and fever.
The degree of influence of “light pollution” on infants and young children, and the expansion of vision, also affects vision development.
”Light pollution” should not be underestimated. Is there any way to avoid its adverse health effects?
Lighting considers functional requirements and tonality.
When decorating, choose different lighting methods according to different spaces, occasions and objects.
For example, the bedroom lighting is warm, the study and kitchen are bright and practical, and the bathroom is warm and soft.
Generally, in indoor lighting, the main light source is a cool color, and the auxiliary light source should be a warm color.
In addition, from the use of the room, the study room, living room, kitchen, etc. should use a cool color light source, and the bedroom, bathroom, balcony, etc. should use a warm light source.
Keep the light source steady and reject the light directly into the eye.
The stable light source avoids the phenomenon of alternating light and dark or flickering, which can protect vision and improve work and study efficiency.
Lighting direction and strength should also be concerned, otherwise strong light will enter the eye, which will have adverse effects.
The “secondary lighting” method can be used to reflect the light to the ceiling and not to hurt the eyes, but also to add a romantic alternative.
Suitable luminaires reduce the “light pollution” effect.
The light source commonly used in indoors will have different illumination brightness and “light pollution” effects.
Soft incandescent lamps, mirrored incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps have less impact on “light pollution” and can be used indoors.
For local illumination, a desk lamp with good shading is applied to block the transmitted infrared radiation contained in the new light source.
Choose the right tiles and coatings.
When decorating a home, it is recommended to choose a tile with a small reflection coefficient.
Due to the strong reflection of white and metallic tiles, it is not suitable for large-area applications.
The study and children’s rooms consider using floor tiles instead of floor tiles.
If bright polished tiles are installed, you should always turn on the small lights to minimize the “light pollution”.
The application of coatings is also particular.
Because light-colored paints have less impact on vision, in European countries, especially Germany, people have gradually used beige, light yellow, etc. instead of glare white paint brush switches to attenuate high-brightness reflected light.
Plants improve the environment.
Planting flowers and plants in the living room, the fresh colors of nature can be used to adjust the indoor light environment, and also make people feel comfortable.
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This is because the dazzling light stimulates the brain’s central nervous system.
The glass curtain wall of the city’s tall buildings becomes a huge mirror under the scorching sun.
If there is a high-speed traffic, the strong reflection of the building will interfere with the driver’s normal driving.