HEALTH, WELL-BEING, AND CALM AT THE PSYCHIATRIC DEPARTMENT
Support the treatment of patients with evidence-based lighting, and optimize the use of each space with the appropriate illumination.
CIRCADIAN LIGHTING CONTRIBUTES TO TREATMENT
Chroma Zenit circadian lighting is used with great effectiveness in psychiatry. The light is tailored to individual needs, stimulating patients and contributing to their treatment. At the same time, the gentle and seamless transitions in the light throughout the day create a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere.
This lighting supports the body's natural rhythm, positively impacting the health and well-being of both patients and staff. Patients experience reduced night-time activity, leading to improved sleep. They feel more calm and relaxed overall. The staff, working shifts throughout the day, experience increased energy levels during the day, fall asleep better in the evening when they return home, and enjoy physical well-being and a greater sense of tranquility in their daily lives.
BLUE-FREE NIGHT LIGHTThe subdued night light contains all colors except for blue, which primarily affects the body's wakefulness at night. This means that the staff enjoys excellent visual conditions without impacting the patients' circadian rhythm and sleep quality. The light utilizes the latest LED technologies and provides an energy-efficient solution.
SAFETY & USER-FRIENDLY
At a psychiatric hospital, there are several specific safety and operational considerations that the installation must adhere to. It is crucial that the installations cannot be smashed and used as weapons or to harm oneself.
To ensure optimal usage, user-friendliness is the primary focus. The lighting control consists of both central touchscreens in the staff room and push panels in the rooms. The staff has an overview of all the rooms and the ability to adjust the lighting according to the desired treatment, mood, or activity they wish to support.
A TESTED AND DOCUMENTED LIGHTING SOLUTION
Chroma Zenit is built upon a unique foundation of expertise and knowledge within the field of psychiatry.
"Many of our patients who struggle with settling down in the evenings have found great relief in using circadian lighting. The gentle, subdued light helps them feel more relaxed compared to regular lighting, resulting in a better and more peaceful sleep experience."