HEALTH TIPS: How your home can help calm you down – The Ledger


A growing number of architects, designers, professional organizers and environmental psychologists believe the spaces we live in are as inextricably linked to our neurological well-being as sleep, diet and exercise. Keep walls muted and bright: "Research suggests that we feel cooler in cooler-toned rooms and warmer in warmer-toned rooms, regardless of the actual temperature, so this is one way to steer a space to your comfort zone, " says Toby Israel, an early expert in the field.

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