3 Colors That Improve Your Well-Being
While some colors are signs of poor health, these three shades can have a positive effect.
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In a study in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, cyclists were asked to ride while watching a nature video infused with different colors. In a green environment, they perceived their physical exertion to be lower than in a gray one. So hop off the treadmill and head for the hills—or anywhere with lots of greenery.
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.