Why natural lights feel so much better than any of the artificial lights?

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Why natural lights feel so much better than any of the artificial lights?

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Our eyes have a retina at the back, which consists of rods and cones. Rods and cones are little receptors in the retina that take the light and turn it into electrical impulses which the brain interprets to form images. These rods and cones have adapted over time to best suit the natural light from the sun so that we would have a better chance of survival. However, the artificial light sources are different from that of the sun and our eyes strain to either filter out the excess light or to try and see with less light thus it makes it feel more difficult to see in artificial light. In a sense it is like trying to fit a large squeezy ball through a small hole. It can be done, just with more effort