Time spent in outdoor light is associated with mood, sleep, and circadian rhythm-related outcomes: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study in over 400,000 UK Biobank participants

Content type: Research Paper

Research on over 400,000 people showed that for every extra hour spent outdoors during daylight, you are more likely to be happier, and have a lower likelihood of depression and antidepressant use.

The circadian rhythm is more balanced, making you less tired and have less insomnia.

Cite: Angus C. Burns, Richa Saxena, Céline Vetter, Andrew J.K. Phillips, Jacqueline M. Lane, Sean W. Cain,

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