Lámparas diurnas

En interiores pasamos demasiado tiempo sin exponernos a la luz intensa del exterior. Una alternativa para pasar horas en la oficina o en casa es utilizar esta lámpara de luz intensa (10.000lux).

Despertadores lumínicos

Por la mañana, es más natural utilizar un despertador lumínico que sea programable, utilice sonidos naturales y ayude a crear un despertar progresivo. Además, es perfecto como luz tenue antes de dormir.


Pulseras de actigrafía

Gafas y pantallas

  • F.lux” en ordenadores


En desarrollo…

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