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Mood-Boosting Colour Choices: Brighten Your Life (And Your Home)
Mood Boosting Colour Choices

Mood-Boosting Colour Choices: Brighten Your Life (And Your Home)

You could be forgiven for thinking that winter is already here in the UK, what with the coldweather some parts of the country have been experiencing over the past few weeks. Frost, sleet,hail and it’s not even winter yet (officially). Even though we have got used to the darker days associated with the clocks going back in Octoberand come to expect the weather to deteriorate as December approaches, it doesn’t make thistime of year any easier. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as the winter blues, affects many people each year.And while there’s nothing we can do about the weather or the darker days, there is something wecan do in our homes to help brighten our moods and that’s change our colour scheme. [Recommended reading: Choosing Colours for Your Child's Bedroom] Certain colours can influence our moods and thoughts, which is why something as simple as somenew paint can make you feel more upbeat. Here’s the lowdown on our mood-boosting colour choices: Blue Blue is a calming colour that helps make you feel centred, relaxed and chilled. It is even said tolower blood pressure and slow respiration and heart rate. This is why blue is often recommendedfor bedrooms and bathrooms. Yellow Yellow is naturally linked to sunshine and that in itself communicates happiness. Yellow also makespeople feel energised and uplifted, making it a great choice for kitchens, dining rooms andbathrooms. Yellow hallways are also considered to be welcoming. Green Green combines the calming effects of blue and the happy effects of yellow. As a result, it helps toreduce anxiety and encourage composure. People often paint their home offices green as it’s alsoassociated with prosperity. Orange Orange evokes energy, enthusiasm and excitement. This makes it a great colour for home gyms orplaces you want to exercise in, but not so good for areas in which you simply want to relax. Orangeis also thought to increase people’s appetites, so it might not be a good choice for your kitchen ifyou’re trying to lose weight.…

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