How lighting affects your health and family

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Night lights have many practical uses including:
Comforting children who are terrified of sleeping in the dark.
Helping parents see at night when checking in on their baby.
Allowing your little one to easily locate their doll, teddy bear (or comforter of choice) in the dark. Fluorescent light bulbs break sometimes, and when they do, they release mercury vapour into the air, and must be carefully taken out and disposed of like regular waste. This is why LED Lights is such great news for families and home owners who want to save energy consumption and in consequence pay less in energy bills.
Arming your newly night trained child with their own night light or flashlight is a great way to encourage some independent potty trips to the bathroom. Equipping the hallway and bathroom with a small night light so they can see the way to the potty is also a good idea. 



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Other Benefits of LED Light Bulbs:

LED bulbs have many benefits over both luminous and compact fluorescents:
They use very, very little energy,
last at least 10 years,
have no mercury vapour,
are tough and can be dropped or turned off and on repeatedly without damage,
can function in very cold or warm temperatures,
have a light frequency that doesn’t contribute to headaches 
 
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