Sunlight is made up of electromagnetic waves that are radiated into the earth. Only a small part of which is perceived by the human eye.
It may or may not be visible from the light is determined by the wavelength. The wavelengths of visible light walk 400 to 780 nanometer, where the color changes from blue to violet through indigo, green, yellow, orange and red. Each color has its own frequency and wavelength, and therefore a specific effect on physical, mental and emotional level.
Every second receive our brains 3 trillion messages, whose 2 trillion of our eyes is. We view counts 137 million photoreceptors which 130 million rods and 7 million cones. The rods stimulate seeing in dim light, seeing colorless and seeing movement. The cones ensure that we see clearly and be responsible for the discrimination between colors. These photoreceptors convert light into electrical impulses that are sent to the brains at a rate of 370 km per second. These pulses go in part to the visual cortex for imaging and the other part goes to the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus influences the Autonomic Nervous System, of hypofyse in the epifyse. The Autonomic Nervous System, responsible for the non-voluntary movements such as the pupillary reflex, is composed of the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic zenuwstelsel activates the heartbeat and breathing; the parasympathisch inhibits these functions nervous system. When stress increases blood pressure, breathing, pulse which is attributable to the sympathetic system. To create balance in our body the parasympathetic system responds. The information received by the hypothalamus is also used to secretions pituitary gland check. The pituitary gland is responsible for the endocrine system which regulates our physical and chemical processes by secreting chemical messengers, hormones called. These hormones are sent into our body through the bloodstream and our body reacts both mentally and physically to these hormones. The hypothalamus also influences the epifyse of pijnappelklier.. The pineal gland reacts to light and darkness and ensures that we get in touch with the lengthening or shortening of the days and the alternation of the seasons. The pineal gland is also a gland that secretes melatonin. Melatonin is primarily secreted in the dark moments. It reaches its peak around midnight. Melatonin also plays a role in the reduction of stress. . To remain healthy and in equilibrium, it is necessary to include sufficient light (by sunlight, nutrition). Chronic light deficiency due to low (zone)light and excessive artificial light, it can bear fatigue, lethargy and loss of concentration cause. Under the influence of factors such as stress, emotions, trauma’s, toxische stoffen, .... cause malfunctions in our body that block our energy and eventually lead to disease.