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6. The cycle repeats itself as the patient stays well rested and on the road to a faster recovery!
1. When the patient is in bed, a warm orange light (2400-2200)K helps them fall asleep quickly.
2. Sensors detect a nurse entering the room and shine a warm directional light where they are walking.
3. The light is directed to the area the nurse is working, allowing them to do so without disturbing the patent.
4. When the patient's heart rate is closest to their normal resting heart rate, a warm light (2800 - 3000K) gently shines on their face to wake them up.
5. During the day the light becomes cooler (4600 - 6000K), which helps the patient feel more energized.
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