The Coloring Of The Mind - A New Hot Therapy To Treat Depression!
Colors Are Mood Enhancers and Stress Relievers
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There is a unique and innovative therapy for people who suffered with mild depression! The Coloring of the Mind concept is becoming a powerful force in the medical world in treating depression. Clients can possibly improve their mood without taking expensive medications, decreasing their weekly Psychotherapist visits and can do some simple techniques naturally in the comfort of their home. The Coloring of the mind is a new form of alternative therapy. It involves using colors that involves an harmonious and daily energy balance.
Different colors can treat different kind of depression. Blue is a calming color for those whose depression is based on stress and anxiety. Yellow and orange encourage joy. Red is a stimulating color, and is used in color therapy to treat those who feel lethargic. White is an excellent color of those who suffer from seasonal depression, and green, which is a vital color, is good for treating all kinds of depression.
Color therapy is growing in popularity, particularly for those who are suffering from depression. There are many color therapy products on the market, including color therapy bath beads, soap, and lotions. You can purchase thin, plastic lenses to place over your light source to make the entire room a certain light, or purchase colored bulbs. You can even purchase colored sunglasses in the shade of your choice. There are several physicians who are embarking on unique and innovative tools for treating their clients, such as Dr. Peter Whorwell of University Hospital South Manchester, co-author the Colors We Revealed research. The study found that people with depression or anxiety were more likely to associate their mood with the color gray, while happier people preferred yellow. "This is a way of measuring anxiety and depression which gets away from the use of language," says Dr. Whorwell. "What is very interesting is that this might actually be a better way of capturing the patient's mood than questions."
Dr. Pullman who is an Psychiatrist and founder of Audrey's Grief Expressionist consulting company has done research and explored various ways how colors can affect a person mood. She stumbled across these findings when she was treating a patient with mild depression. Dr. Pullman had received some red, white and yellow roses. The patient walked into the office and marveled at the different colors, and there was an immediately positive effect on her. What happened? There was a coloring of her mind. These cool colors evoked her emotions ranging from feelings of warmth and comfort; which shifted her thoughts and improved her mood.
Dr. Pullman has created a Mood Enhancer Cellulite Massager Silicone brush that comes in two colors yellow and green; and currently selling at Buy Two And Get One Free! There are relaxation techniques included with each packaging to show how a simple thing like colors can boost your mood and relieve stress.
Things are changing because many people who suffer from depression see quick results from a color therapy treatment and there are more physicians embarking on this new and innovative modality of treatment which provides clients with more treatment options.
About Audrey's Grief Expressionist
Emergency Medicine Addiction Psychiatrist with a focus on Creative Self-Empowerment. Audrey's Grief Expressionist, LLC is a consultant company that provides Performance Enhancement seminars and workshops for individuals, groups and businesses.
Audrey's Grief Expressionist
Audrey Pullman, MD
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