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The Effect Of Colours On Our Mood

The Effect Of Colours On Our Mood

Ever happened that you saw a flower and smiled? There is a reason, we prefer to paint our walls in certain colours, or prefer to buy clothes in a certain colour. Studies say that colours directly affect our mood and bring about different emotions and behavioural changes within us. Yes, colours have that effect on us.

Blue

Blue is probably the world’s favourite colour. It is soothing, tranquil, serene and orderly. Blue boosts productivity. Hence, it is used to colour office walls. It is also a sign of security and dependability.

Yellow

Often considered to be a cheerful and warm colour, yellow certainly lifts our spirits and self-esteem. It indeed is a ‘happy colour’. However, it is also one that causes some amount of aggression and frustration.

Red

Red is a warm and vibrant colour which evokes intense emotions. It is a symbol of love and comfort. It is the boldest and most passionate of colours and makes people feel powerful. People usually wear this colour when they want to catch people’s attention.

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Black

Black is the perfect absorber of all light and it is often looked down by many people. But people who are fans of black love wearing it regardless. Black is the colour associated with glamour and power.

White

White is the exact opposite of black and perfectly reflects all light. It symbolises purity and innocence. It is the harbinger of positivity and peace.

Green

The symbol of nature and tranquillity, green has a calming effect on people. That is why one feels at peace when they are in nature.

Orange

It oozes with excitement and energy. Orange depicts warmth and beauty and also is very refreshing.

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