Scientists have studied the effect of color on our mood, health and way of thinking for many years. Our preference of one color over another may have something to do with the way color makes us feel.
Light is absorbed by the eye and converted into another form of energy, which enables us to see color. This energy affects and is felt even by people without sight. Light energy stimulates the pituitary and pineal glands, which regulate hormones and other physiological systems in the body.
We know that red stimulates, excites and warms the body, increases the heart rate, brain wave activity and respiration. Mothers are encouraged to stimulate infants’ brains by dangling mobiles containing bright red balls on them.
If high blood pressure, hypertension or poor coordination afflict a person, they should not decorate their rooms with the color red.
Pink has a soothing effect and can even relax…
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