Have you ever wondered why yellow makes you irritated? Why purple makes you feel happy? Why green calms you? Why orange helps you feel energized? Many people think that colors are just colors. But in reality, colors have been useful throughout the years as they have an huge impact on our lives. Many of us need to be aware of colors that surround us in everyday life.
According to Elizabeth Walling (January 8, 2011), colors can be used to influence emotions and the feelings around us. That’s why something so simple like the color of a room affects people in several ways including the way they feel. The color red may trigger passionate feelings of anger of exposed to the color in a long period of time. The color green may calms others as it reminds them of nature. In conclusion, Elizabeth Walling says that it impacts our lives whether if it's a negative or a positive result.
Another idea by Susan Minamyer (2014) is that color makes a big difference, even something so small like the color of your bracelet can either bring good or bad reactions from others. Scientists have studied the after effects of color on feelings and a way of thinking for many years. For example, An experiment resulted in good success as it was figured out that jail cells that are painted pink calms prisioners. It was said that pink is known as a tranquilizing color that saps your energy. The color is so effective that the color blind are tranquilized by pink rooms. It was also believed that skin could read color and the body, emotions and mind react as a Neuropsychologist discovered people who are blindfolded respond to different rays of color. Another study, students used Kaleidoscope Therapy in which serveral light colors are visable around a therapy room. The outcome of the study showed improvement in behavior. In general, color therapy is growing more popular throughout the years. Magazines such as American Health and Self, contain articles about the relationship between color and mood. In conclusion, Susan Minamyer says that it's possible for color to speed up progress in other people's behavior and mood. Many studies has proven it.
A third writer, Lindsey Gruson (October 19, 1982) states that color has been beneficial. Specific colors have been shown that it does impact our health physically. Colors could be used to help with a chronic inflammatory skin disease. For instance, Ultraviolet has become a treatment for Psoriasis. Several experiments have shown that certain colors affect blood pressure, pulse, respiration rates and brain activity. Futhermore, Light blue have replaced blood transfusions as the typical treatment for approximately thirty thousand premature infants diagnosed with fatal neonatal Jaundice each year. Neonatal Jaundice is a condition in which the white part of the eye or the skin appear yellow. The white fluorescent light may help speed the healing of herpes sores in conjection of photo sensitizing drugs. Lindsey Gruson concludes that color and...