An important factor in health care is to create a so-called Healing Environment. A Healing environment is an environment where people (patients and staff) feel comfortable and where they experience less stress. By reducing stress and pain, the patient requires less anesthesia and pain medication and recovers demonstrably faster with fewer complications.
Staff work better, make fewer mistakes and a pleasant working environment attracts new employees easier. Many different aspects are important in the creation of a healing environment. Three of which are daylight, views and nature.
The energy-efficient and antibacterial Deco DayLight LED daylight systems have a positive impact on perceptions and therefore on the welfare and health of the people who work or reside in a care facility. The systems can be mounted on every wall and every ceiling (also into suspended ceilings), for example, patient rooms, treatment rooms, waiting rooms, reception rooms, MRI rooms, intensive care and recovery areas.
Scientific research showed that older people will benefit, when they are accommodated during the day in brightly lit rooms.
The biological clock, and thus many other processes in the body will function better. As a result, the elderly are more alert and active during the day which makes them sleep better at night. There are also indications that therefore the activities of daily life deteriorate less rapidly. This means that they can go to the bathroom, dress and eat much more independently.
Deco DayLight systems, unlike other systems, have a light output of more than 8,000 Lux without photo panel and approximately 4000 Lux measured on the white areas (e.g. clouds) of the mounted photo panel.
Therefore the Deco DayLight systems provide, among other things, a significant contribution to:
- the realization of a real daylight experience;
- the improvement of the biorhythm, health and recovery capacity of patients;
- strong reduction of stress and anxiety;
- strong improvement of wake / sleep patterns, concentration and activity during the day;
- improvement of well-being, balance, mood and quality of the life of patients and staff;
- reducing workload of nursing staff;
- reduction of the number of health care treatment days and the costs of health care;
- significant increase in the quality and the rating of the Health Care institution.