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Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine Says Daylight Has Positive Influence on Workers

Posted By Tom Herron, National Fenestration Rating Council, Tuesday, November 4, 2014

In addition to making our homes and buildings more comfortable and energy efficient, windows, doors, and skylights contribute to improving our health and well-being.

A study published by the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine says office workers with windows in their workspace are more physically active and also sleep better.

The study reached this conclusion after comparing 27 workers who had no windows to 22 workers who received significantly more daylight.


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