When the autonomic nervous system is not in balance, we get physical and emotional deficits. Light stimulates via the retina and the optic nerve:
- the visual cortex, the HYPOTHALAMUS, the "main control center of the brain"
The hypothalamus affects the autonomic nervous system, the pineal gland, the pituitary gland and the limbic system.
The absorption of light is inhibited when the function of the optic nerve (optic nerve) is restricted and thus sends too few electrical impulses to the brain. (This can be checked by means of visual field measurement).
What is the cause of light deficiency in the brain?
General: lack of sunlight and too much influence of artificial light; more precisely: stress (separation, school, workplace), trauma (e.g. birth trauma, experienced violence etc.), whiplash, narcosis, inflammatory ear processes etc.