“A lot comes back to dynamic light, just like daylight. The lighting should match the task that one performs and could support daily rhythms. It can affect both the student’s well-being in the long run as well as the short term. Substandard light affects sleep, which influences health, but also concentration and mood, among other things.”
Myriam Aries, professor of Lighting Science at the School of Engineering of Jönköping University in Sweden.