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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Interesting Facts About Yellow Colored Rooms

Have you ever wonder why babies cry more in yellow rooms? Interesting isn’t it? Base on my personal experience when I toke care of my younger cousin, I always wonder why they easily get irritated when I bring him to their yellow colored room. But as I bumped on to this article I now understand why. Well, according to specialists and researchers who have done studies on color and its affect of people, couples fight more in yellow kitchens, divas throw tantrums in yellow dressing rooms, and babies cry more in yellow rooms. It's not something you would think about really because we don't notice the color of a room most times we walk through it everyday but our bodies do. Color plays a huge role in the attitudes your children will have in a room. The color you choose for your child's bed room, for your toddler's bedding and even for your child's playroom is incredibly important, because it can go so far as to affect their health and emotions.

Yellow shades are believed to promote communication and as we all know that crying is a babies way of communicating so in theory, yes they do cry more as they tend to communicate more. Yellow is also an energizing color therefore don't expect too much sleep from a child in a yellow room. This color can also create feelings of frustration and anger. While it is considered a cheerful color, people are more likely to lose their tempers in yellow rooms and so as babies. More light is also reflected by bright colors, resulting in excessive stimulation of the eyes. Therefore, yellow is an eye irritant to babies.

However whole yellow effect discussed above actually has a flip side. Where healthy people find it energizing and stimulating, so much so that they experience outbursts of energy, leading to clashing interests sometimes. It is also true that children who are sickly, suffering from asthmatic problems will actually respond the best to yellow rooms, yellow stimulates the health of the chest, heart and lungs.

Therefore, color in your toddler's room is really important. As you prepare to decorate for a growing child consider their personality, health and attitude and choose colors that will be the most comfortable for them.

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