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Back to school chromotherapy

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Is it possible to treat oneself with colors? Well that's what chromotherapy or chromotherapy offers in any case. This very old practice attributes to each color qualities acting on our health but especially on our moods. Here are some ways to make sense of the color in your decor. The principle of chromotherapy generally applies by light rays but if the color is so beneficial we can also imagine choosing the colors of our decoration and our walls according to the benefits it provides. But then what are the properties of each color? - The White would stimulate neurons and would therefore be favored in work rooms such as the office but also in the kitchen or living room. You will also have a feeling of cleanliness that will help you feel good. - The red is very stimulating because it is one of the hottest colors. It is associated with fire, energy and libido. This is a color rather difficult to use, we prefer to play by keys to minimize the exciting effect. - The pink is a real antidepressant, it helps fight stress and pessimism as indicated by the expression "see life in pink". It also has exciting properties, but much less than red. - The blue evokes calm and peace, so it relaxes the atmosphere. You can therefore use it in a bedroom because it will facilitate sleep. It is also a very helpful concentration factor in an office. - The green has, like blue, soothing qualities. It brings true serenity and revitalizing well-being. It is also the color of nature and that is perhaps what gives it its reassuring side. Ideal for a bedroom. - The yellow brings energy by its tone, it would even facilitate communication between individuals. That is why it can be integrated into any room in the house. Discover the application of chromotherapy in decoration: