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  • Water – WELL Building Standard™

    The WELL Building Standard™ (WELL) promotes safe and clean water through the implementation of proper filtration techniques and regular testing in order for building occupants to receive optimal quality of water for various uses. Schedule an appointment BACKGROUND Clean drinking water is a prerequisite for optimal health. More than two-thirds of the human body is [...] Continue Reading
  • Can Natural Light Affect Productivity?

    Believe it or not, windows play a big role in an employee’s satisfaction with a workspace. That’s because lighting doesn’t just affect how well we are able to see, it also affects our mood and behavior. But while it‘s true that natural light can result in happier workers, less absenteeism, reduced stress, and fewer illnesses, [...] Continue Reading
  • Light – WELL Building Standard™

    The WELL Building Standard™ (WELL) provides guidelines that minimize disruption to the body’s circadian system, enhance productivity, support good sleep quality and provide appropriate visual acuity. Schedule an appointment BACKGROUND Light is a visible form of electromagnetic radiation, bordered in the spectrum by ultraviolet radiation at smaller wavelengths and infrared at larger wavelengths. Current lighting [...] Continue Reading
  • WELL Building Standard ™ | LIGHT

    A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO HEALTH & WELL-BEING WELL addresses 7 concepts Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Fitness, Comfort, and Mind. LIGHT The WELL Building Standard™ (WELL) provides guidelines that minimize disruption to the body’s circadian system, enhance productivity, support good sleep quality and provide appropriate visual acuity. Light is a visible form of electromagnetic radiation, bordered [...] Continue Reading
  • Top 5 Takeaways from the Light WELLography

    Top 5 takeaways from the WELL Building Standard: Light WELLography 1. Varying frequencies across the light spectrum impact the body in different ways. Frequencies in the visible spectrum stimulate photoreceptors in the eye helping to form images and align the body’s physiological activities while higher frequency radiation in the infrared part of the spectrum can [...] Continue Reading