Impact of workplace daylight exposure on sleep, physical activity, and quality of life

The objective of this research was to examine the impact of daylight exposure on the health of office workers from the perspective of subjective well-being and sleep quality as well as actigraphy measures of light exposure, activity, and sleep-wake patterns.

The authors conclude that architectural design of office environments should place more emphasis on sufficient daylight exposure of the workers in order to promote office workers.

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