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    A Healthy 2019 Begins With Philips Hue

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    A Healthy 2019 Begins With Philips Hue

     

    For 2019, we plan to achieve many great things: lose weight, get more sleep, meditate, or start a morning exercise routine.

    What if we said better lighting can help you with these goals?

     

    The right lighting can be a powerful yet comforting partner in helping us lead healthier lives.

     

    For 2019, we plan to achieve many great things: lose weight, get more sleep, meditate, or start a morning exercise routine.
    What if we said better lighting can help you with these goals?

    The right lighting can be a powerful yet comforting partner in helping us lead healthier lives.

    Fall Asleep With The Right Light

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    Fall Asleep With The Right Light

     

    Blue light affects the release of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin.*  Exposure to this type of light can reset our biological clock to a later schedule making it difficult to fall asleep and also making it difficult to wake up the next morning.

    Get started with the Philips Hue White Ambiance starter kit and automatically start dimming your lights by using warm colors (amber light) up to an hour before bed. Doing so will help you relax and ease you into sleep. No more counting sheep!

     

    Blue light affects the release of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin.*  Exposure to this type of light can reset our biological clock to a later schedule making it difficult to fall asleep and also making it difficult to wake up the next morning.

    Get started with the Philips Hue White Ambiance starter kit and automatically start dimming your lights by using warm colors (amber light) up to an hour before bed. Doing so will help you relax and ease you into sleep. No more counting sheep!

    Wake Up With More Energy

    Wake Up With More Energy


    A study conducted by Philips Lighting and the University of Basel found that light exposure before the alarm clock goes off raises natural hormones that wakes us up and gives us more energy, compared to waking up in darkness.

     

    Use Hue’s “Wake Up” routine to program your lights to turn on slowly in the morning. The light from Hue will mimic the sunrise and help you wake up more naturally. The Hue Go is perfect for this application.

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    A study conducted by Philips Lighting and the University of Basel found that light exposure before the alarm clock goes off raises natural hormones that wakes us up and gives us more energy, compared to waking up in darkness.

     

    Use Hue’s “Wake Up” routine to program your lights to turn on slowly in the morning. The light from Hue will mimic the sunrise and help you wake up more naturally. The Hue Go is perfect for this application.

    Support for Night Workers and Jet Laggers

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    Support for Night  Workers and                 Jet Laggers


    Night workers, jet laggers, and others who don’t fall asleep at strict times should consider automating their homes with smart lighting routines. By replacing existing light bulbs with Philips Hue smart lights and using the Hue app, it’s easy to configure your lights to mimic your night schedule and wake up energized for your day.

     

    By timing and controlling the intensity of our light exposure, you can have a regular wake/sleep cycle that leads to positive effects on sleep, health, and wellness.

    Night workers, jet laggers, and others who don’t fall asleep at strict times should consider automating their homes with smart lighting routines. By replacing existing light bulbs with Philips Hue smart lights and using the Hue app, it’s easy to configure your lights to mimic your night schedule and wake up energized for your day.

     

    By timing and controlling the intensity of our light exposure, you can have a regular wake/sleep cycle that leads to positive effects on sleep, health, and wellness.

    A Smarter Home In 2019

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    Have questions or need support? From FAQs and how-to videos to phone and email support, we are happy to help.