Chronobioengineering indoor lighting to enhance facilities for ageing and Alzheimer's disorder



This paper discusses the use of light cycles to synchronize circadian rhythms and ways human health and wellbeing can be enhanced through light-emitting diode (LED) lighting in the ageing population, specifically those with dementia of Alzheimer’s type.


  • Dementia: The paper discusses the use of light cycles to alleviate symptoms of dementia in the ageing population.
  • Alzheimer's disease: The paper focuses on enhancing the wellbeing of individuals with Alzheimer's disease through the use of LED lighting.
  • Cognitive function and memory: The paper discusses the impact of light cycles on cognitive function and memory, particularly in relation to dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Aging: The paper focuses on the ageing population, particularly those with dementia and Alzheimer's disease, and how light cycles can enhance their wellbeing.
  • Lighting Design Considerations: The paper discusses the design of lighting systems, specifically LED lighting, to synchronize circadian rhythms and enhance human health and wellbeing.
  • Well-being: The paper discusses the enhancement of human health and wellbeing through the use of light cycles and LED lighting.


EV Ellis, EW Gonzalez
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