Colours have a deeper meaning than just a simple eye perception. They can be used as a powerful weapon that affects our daily moods and behaviours. As we react to different colours on a subconscious level, psychologists use colour therapy to diagnose psychological problems with patients and help them in re-establishing a balance in their lives. Considering all the aspects and effects that colours may have on our behaviour and everyday activities, special attention should be paid to appropriate choice of colours when painting our living space. In making this decision, knowing the characteristics and effects of three different groups of colours may be of great help.
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