Colors abound in our vibrant world, and they may have a greater impact on you than you realize. They have the power to alter your mood and behavior, as well as your diet and who you find attractive. It might be a good idea to keep that in mind before you redecorate, dress, or serve your next meal.
Colors can influence what you remember. You’re more likely to recall negative words if there’s a lot of red around. Green, on the other hand, encourages you to focus on the positive. That may help you have a more positive outlook on life and a healthier mental state.
- Your Sexual Libido
Men who wear red are more appealing to women. And it appears that men are drawn to “a lady in red.” However, this is merely a physical effect; the color does not make people of either gender appear more likable or kind.
- Your Interactions
We all want those around us to be happy, and painting your home’s walls pink, green, or white can help you tune into those feelings. These colors can help you pick up on other people’s happy facial expressions. However, in the interest of full disclosure, they can also make it more difficult to identify sad ones.
- Your Internal Timer
Bright blue light, according to researchers, may help reset your circadian rhythm if it becomes out of whack. According to studies, the color blue has the greatest positive impact on the physical, mental, and behavioral patterns you go through every 24 hours. Researchers are investigating how it might aid in the treatment of depression and other mood disorders.
- Your Feelings
Green appears to strengthen positive emotions while weakening negative emotions. White and pink may have similar effects, but they are still being studied. Meanwhile, the color red appears to have the opposite effect, intensifying negative emotions such as those associated with failure and danger.
- Your Ingenuity
Green can help you get your creative juices flowing. Green outperformed white, grey, red, and blue in both word-based and picture-based activities, according to researchers. Think green if you’re looking for a new color for your office walls. Or take your office to the golf course.
- When You Notice Red
When you see it, your reactions may become faster and stronger because your brain interprets it as a sign of danger. Because of this, your body prepares to defend or attack. It may be beneficial in sports such as weightlifting, where a short burst of strength is required, but it may be distracting in other sports and activities that require strategy, creativity, or more complex movement.
- Your Level of Energy
You might feel happier and less tired after exercising near the color green. It stands to reason that people who exercise outdoors, where there is more green, feel better. Furthermore, having more “green space” in your neighborhood tends to improve your mental health.
- Your Hunger
The color of your plate can have an impact on how much you eat. The key word here is contrast: The greater the contrast between the color of the plate and the color of the food on it, the less you will serve yourself. In one study, people served themselves 30% more fettuccini alfredo if they were served on white plates rather than red plates.
- Picky Diners
Children appear to eat more when their plates are colored. One way to encourage your child to eat more fruits and vegetables is to use vibrant color combinations. As an added bonus, different colors often indicate a greater variety of nutrients, which is beneficial to grow bodies.
- Migraine Treatment
If you suffer from migraines, you may want to avoid light. Different light colors, or “wavelengths,” such as blue, amber, and red, appear to aggravate migraines. Except for green, which appears to be beneficial. Outside of the lab, however, it is difficult to distinguish green from other colors. It is possible to develop special lightbulbs or sunglasses that isolate green wavelengths, but they must be affordable.
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