Will the lights in your home hurt the child’s eyesight?
Nowadays, when it comes to home decoration, people have regarded indoor air quality as a top priority.
As everyone knows, another kind of pollution-“light pollution” has quietly arrived.
Human eyes can adapt to a certain range of light radiation due to pupil adjustment, but when the light radiation increases to a certain amount, it will have adverse effects on the environment and human health, which is called “light pollution”.
So, what kind of “light pollution” situation is worth paying attention to in interior decoration?
Messy lights are aimed at infants and young children’s eyesight problem one: the decoration is too bright and bright in order to make the room look more “beautiful” and to a certain extent overlapping insufficient lighting.
Some families prefer to decorate with higher color tiles, and even install multiple mirrors indoors, whitewashed walls, etc.
What would be unreasonable?
Expert comment: In general, the light reflection coefficient of the roof and wall should be less than 60%, and the ground should be 15%?
The overly bright decorative surface is expected to have a reflection coefficient as high as 90%, which is beyond the tolerance range of the human body.
Exposure to this intensely reflective, colorless environment may damage the cornea and iris, leading to visual fatigue or decreased vision, increasing the incidence of cataracts.
At the same time, it will disturb the normal circadian rhythm and induce neurasthenia and insomnia.
Problem two: When there are too many low lights, when families replace lamps and light sources, in order to pursue romance, luxury, and often reasonable lighting needs, the lights are designed as one, and sometimes they look messy.
Does this affect health?
Expert comment: In addition to confusing colors, in addition to damaging vision, it also interferes with central nervous system functions in the brain.
People living under excessive and uncoordinated light radiation for a long time may experience symptoms such as dizziness, dizziness, insomnia, and low mood, and even increase blood pressure, palpitations, and fever.
The extent to which “light pollution” affects infants and young children, in addition to expanding vision, also affects vision development.
How to improve indoor visual environment?
”Light pollution” cannot be underestimated. Is there any way to avoid its adverse effects on health?
1. Lighting takes into account functional requirements and color matching.
When decorating, you should choose different lighting methods according to different spaces, occasions and objects.
For example, the bedroom lighting is warm, the study and kitchen require bright and practical, and the bathroom tries to be warm and soft.
Generally in indoor lighting, the main light source is cold tones, and the auxiliary light source should be warm tones.
In addition, from the point of view of the use of the room, the study, living room, kitchen, etc. should use cold light sources, while bedrooms, bathrooms, balcony, etc. should use warm light sources.
2. Keep the light source stable and refrain from direct light entering the eyes.
The stable light source avoids the phenomenon of light or dark alternating or flickering, which can protect eyesight and improve work and study efficiency.
The lighting direction and intensity should also be paid attention to, otherwise the strong light directly into the eyes will have an adverse effect.
The “secondary lighting” method can be used to reflect the light after hitting the ceiling, which will not hurt the eyes and add a romantic alternative.
3. Appropriate lamps can reduce the impact of “light pollution”.
Commonly used indoor light sources will have different lighting brightness and “light pollution” effects.
Soft incandescent lamps, mirrored incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps have a small impact on “light pollution”, and this type of light source can be used in living rooms.
For local lighting, use a light-shielding table lamp to block the transmitted infrared radiation contained in the new light source.