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LED night lights provide a cosy

For those dark nights, comforting light. In addition to being a good alternative to traditional bedside lamps, they are ideal for children who have trouble sleeping.

Most people use nightlights to provide a sense of security, or to ease their fear of the dark, especially young children. The general public can also benefit from nightlights by revealing the general layout of a room without turning on a major light, avoiding tripping over stairs, obstacles, or pets, or indicating an emergency exit. It is common for exit signs to use tritium radioluminescence.

In bathrooms, kitchens, and hallways, homeowners usually install nightlights so they don’t have to turn on the main light fixture late at night, which can cause their eyes to adjust to the brighter light.

To prevent tripping or falling in an unfamiliar nighttime environment, frequent travelers carry small nightlights for temporary installation in their guestrooms and bathrooms. For the elderly, nightlights can prevent falls, which can be life-threatening.

Low cost of nightlights has led to a proliferation of decorative designs, some featuring superheroes and fantastical designs, while others feature simple luminous discs.

As long as you follow the manufacturer’s instructions and take a few sensible precautions

night lights are generally safe to leave on all night. LED lights are cool to the touch, so kids and pets won’t burn themselves. LED bulbs with low wattage are safe to leave on all night without overheating or catching fire. This will increase electricity consumption slightly, but it can help reduce fear of the dark, make navigation easier, and increase security.

Various types of nightlights are available to homeowners, including incandescent and energy-efficient options like light-emitting diodes (LEDs), neon lamps, and electroluminescent bulbs.

The light in some of these devices is activated only when it’s dark enough to need it, saving electricity and the effort of turning them on and off manually. During power outages, some designs also include a rechargeable battery.