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Classic bedroom colors make for healthy sleep
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The room colors play an important role in the relaxation of the senses. We can guess what color the walls for the care of healthy sleep, and what you'd rather avoid.
House colors - natural shades provide relaxation
A new study in the UK has confirmed that the color blue for relaxation. The color of the right wall is an important prerequisite for a healthy sleep. The color blue is associated with tranquility and is reminiscent of water and blue sky. This color was preferred by academics, professionals in universities, as well as construction workers. Blue should also be good for the blood pressure and heart. On the second place is the yellow color, which relaxes the eyes and has a good effect on the nerves. For the colors of the room have a good influence on nature, on the green. Vibrant, but quiet - an unusual combination, but very effective. colors and silver wall decals reminiscent of the moon and act as a sedative. Then comes surprisingly Orange - the color creates a warm and friendly relaxed atmosphere, supports digestion of food.
Room colors that interfere with sleep
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Room colors that disturb sleep, however, are mainly black and red, but Lila is not necessarily good for the sleeping area. Darke tones stimulate the brain - which can lead to insomnia. Dark brown and dark blue can appear darkest room. If you still opt for this color, should rather focus on the wall behind the headboard. In this way, the strong color will remain out of view while falling asleep. Colorful bedroom should rather be painted in pastel colors. Wallpaper with large patterns have a calming effect.
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