Colour Therapy has been around many years. Its all about vibration - there's a very small spectrum on the colour scale that we can see with the naked eye. We all have colours we resonate with (like) and others we do not resonate with in any moment, and these preferences speak to our health.
There is actually science behind Colour Therapy.
It has been proven that blue prisma glasses will lessen the involuntary movements caused by Parkinson's Disease and Turrets Syndrome, thereby helping to diminish unwilling movements.
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Red glasses may help those with autism or Asperger's syndrome. Wearing orange glasses for ten minutes before bedtime releases melatonin and allows sleep to happen. (RGB or TV screens produce melatonin, but do not release it into the body)
In some countries, the jail cells are painted pink. Pink. specifically a colour called "Baker-Miller" pink.
Colours of fabric and essential oils also carry a specific vibration and can help the body to