Could light be a criterion by which offices are certified?

Could light be a criterion by which offices are certified?

There are many criteria that office buildings need to meet in order to be able to host so many employees. And understandably so. Health and safety,...
A daily success routine, and it has light in it

A daily success routine, and it has light in it

There’s a strange notion out there that labels people who stick to their routine rigid and boring, while those who don’t incorporate routines into ...
In conversation with a LYS user: integrating circadian rhythms into your exercise routine

In conversation with a LYS user: integrating circadian rhythms into your exercise routine

How do you take care of your body when you feel tired, drained of energy or simply having woken up on the wrong side of the bed? Many of us turn to...
The potential of designing for circadian rhythms

The potential of designing for circadian rhythms

The concept of designing lighting, buildings, or even ‘super teams’ of colleagues around circadian rhythms is still in its infancy. Some have creat...
Does everyone need the same amount of sleep to function?

Does everyone need the same amount of sleep to function?

We’ll be the first ones to raise our hands and say we’ve been screaming and shouting for people to get at least 8 hours of sleep per night, and if ...
What constitutes a healthy day? In conversation with a LYS user

What constitutes a healthy day? In conversation with a LYS user

On our continuous mission to raise global awareness of the need to improve sleep quality and energy levels in urban dwellers, and help people under...
Sleep Awareness Week is here to remind us some important things about sleep

Sleep Awareness Week is here to remind us some important things about sleep

Begin with sleep is the theme of this years’ Sleep Awareness Week, which is spanning across March 10 to 16. Launched by the National Sleep Foundati...
Why is it so hard for the world to catch up to circadian rhythms?

Why is it so hard for the world to catch up to circadian rhythms?

Type ‘circadian rhythms’ in the Google search bar and in a matter of seconds the page will fill with headline articles from media platforms such as...
Could it be that our 9 to 5 routine is making us tired?

Could it be that our 9 to 5 routine is making us tired?

So much research is currently looking at when we work best, and under what kind of conditions, yet very little of that insight has been filtered in...
The psychological implications of being a morning person

The psychological implications of being a morning person

Could there be a connection between early risers and stable mental health? Besides the obvious stereotypes of night owls being tormented creatives ...
In conversation with a LYS user

In conversation with a LYS user

They say old habits die hard, but what does that even mean? In order to get to the bottom of our seeming inability to let go of old and often negat...
Weight gain is related to what time of the day we eat

Weight gain is related to what time of the day we eat

When it comes to sleeping, we all know the fundamentals: sleep is that time for our mind and body to restore themselves; a time to dream and digest...