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Depression Changes the Way You See Colors

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When you’re suffering and feeling trapped by anxiety and hopelessness, your life seems muddled and off-balanced, and the whole world seems a little grayer. In fact, depression changes the way you see colors. This condition alters the way you see shades and hues, as well as your perceptions and perspectives. Science claims that suffering from a depressive order changes the contrast capacity in your retina. Thus, emotions have an effect on your neurological structures. This is something you’re able to appreciate in the world of art. For example, artists like Edvard Munch painted their suffering in the form of dark…

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Chantal Maille
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