K, Daylight Transmitter

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Luminotherapy Device

Our biorhythm, based on alternating day and night, is regulated by the pineal gland, located in the brain. It activates or stops the secretion of melatonin, our natural sleep-inducer, putting us into a state of vigilance or rest. Which is a very simple way of explaining why we feel energetic during the day and we want to sleep at night time. If the light is insufficient in winter, for example, K, which is parameterized for activation according to the light received during the last 24 hours, thanks to its capillary tubes which are all absorbable light sensors, determines our requirements in terms of reconstituted sunlight. K only starts up when you sit down in front of it, as you would in front of a crystal ball, and emits a very strong light -- 10,000 lux in this case-- for a period of a few seconds up to several minutes. Any light deficit has repercussions for people, ranging from reduced energy or reduced libido, right through to states of depression.