Circadian Lighting

LET THERE BE LIGHT

Mood-boosting lighting creates spaces with happier and more energetic vibes.

Watermark communities are anything but traditional — and that goes for traditional indoor lighting. Instead, we feature circadian lighting because it’s a healthier way to illuminate shared spaces and private residences. With brighter days and darker nights, circadian lighting promotes whole-person health and well-being. It can improve air quality, help regulate the body’s sleep-wake cycle, enhance sleep quality, and boost immunity. Research also shows that circadian lighting can even reduce stress levels, depression, and fatigue, as well as improve sleep loss associated with chronic health conditions. But how?

Circadian lighting uses LED technology that’s designed to have a biological impact on the human circadian rhythm — your body’s 24-hour internal clock. Circadian lighting provides a strong daytime light signal that tells the brain it’s daytime, while at night it reduces the daytime light signal to help our minds and bodies wind down for better sleep quality.