Are LEDs Bad For Your Health?
evident that some LEDs are, and some are not. In order to understand why this is true, it’s important to look at eye physiology and how we can achieve, experience and maintain perfect vision. To start, let’s take a quick look at how your eye works. Your eye is made up of cones and rods that help you see color and light. During nighttime or indoor conditions, your rods are primarily used for vision. Rods are very light sensitive, but are not very good at discerning color. Cones, which helps us focus and see color, only respond to bright light, which is why in low-light conditions we don’t see color very well. Why does this matter in your choice of lighting?