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chromotherapy

 [kro″mo-ther´ah-pe]
the use of light of specific colors to treat health problems.

chro·mo·ther·a·py

(krō'mō-thār'ă-pē),
Treatment of disease by colored light.
Synonym(s): chromophototherapy

chromotherapy

Pseudomedicine
(1) A modality of dubious therapeutic efficacy that consists og "administering" coloured light; chromophototherapy.
(2) Colour therapy.

chro·mo·ther·a·py

(krō'mō-thār'ă-pē)
Treatment of disease by colored light.
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After a brief treatment consultation (all entered into a tablet device by your therapist), you're led to the advanced Nuage Vector Treatment Tables that are fully programmable, with embedded digital table warmers and personalized chromotherapy controls.
As the results show, there was a persistent and clear difference in the occurrence of urinary tract infection between the Chromotherapy and placebo.
The hotel is claimed to have a warm and cosy ambiance, and to help customers to benefit from a good night's sleep, Travelodge worked with a chromotherapy expert and has introduced a sleep inducing colour palette to the room's decor.
OPTIONS: Hydro-Jet Water Therapy with 10 water jets; Dual Hydrotherapy Massage System combining whirlpools and air massage; chromotherapy light under the seat; builtin aromatherapy unit; personal hygiene water jet in the seat that functions like a bidet.
And the benefits of chromotherapy can be availed of with the Rio collection of illuminating showerheads, for a revolutionary LED light showering experience creating a magnificent column of water and light.
The light therapy Thomison provides falls under "chromotherapy," the use of colors to affect body, mind, and spirit.
Or take the light-changing, mood-enhancing Sky Shower Chromotherapy, from pounds 3,500, from Bathrooms International, which comes with a colour range including green for balance, blue for relaxation and red for energy.
Glow also has a salon in Chester, and all are stylishly designed with close attention paid to detail, playing host to modern decor, colours and textures, offering a beautiful environment to excite the senses, using chromotherapy lighting.
The application of color in fabric, for example, was extensively researched by perceptual psychologists who specialized in color theory and the psychological benefits of chromotherapy. One of the first innovations of the constructivist designers, prozodhezda, was a dress based on the specific physical and ideological needs of the socialist worker, thus de-emphasizing clothing's role as a signifier and emphasizing its functionality and beauty as an object.
Kandinsky had studied physiology of colour perception, psychiatry, chromotherapy and even occultism.
Some come equipped with chromotherapy, playing lights that change the colour of the water to suit your mood - whether you're in need of being invigorated or soothed.
Shoes must be checked or covered at the door when you enter this (nearly) carbon footprint-free haven, where themed rooms (Moroccan, Zen, Iroquois, etc.) are each designed by a different artist and include botanically scented body products, organic mattresses and linens, and either a spa tub with chromotherapy or rain shower with aromatherapy steam.