There’s no doubt about it. Flowers can make you happy, as actual research has proven that.
Studies have been conducted to prove the effects of flowers on a person’s emotional and behavioral state, and each study was able to show just how beneficial to a person’s emotions and feelings flowers are. In fact, flowers are linked to immediate happiness of a person, and even to a person’s mood in the long run, which relates to a person’s overall satisfaction towards life. That’s why flowers are linked to alleviation of stress, lifting of a person’s current spirit, and easing away depression symptoms and anxiety.
The reason why flowers are able to do this is that it gives you a connection to nature, to something beyond your normal, fast-paced environment.
Colors also make you happier through chromotherapy, which uses the powers of colors to stimulate your emotions. Now, we know the reason why flowers are considered as great presents for any occasion.
Flowers can also make you happy by bringing your closer on an emotional level to people around you, such as family members and friends. By smoothing out your agitation and apprehension, you feel lighter, more cheerful, and more inclined to connect with other people. Flowers help you connect in relationships by improving the feelings and communication levels among people thus making a greater contribution to a person’s life.
Have you ever wondered why flowers are used in social environments? There’s more to flower décor than acting as mere eye candy. Flowers definitely enhance an event by creating a warm, welcoming ambience among the event participants
Flowers make you happy with their natural visual healing properties both physiologically and emotionally. Flowers are seen to ease inner troubles, improve a person’s ability to trust, uplift a person’s confidence and self-esteem, alleviating hopelessness and despair, and regulating emotions such as envy, fear, guilt, and jealousy, among many others. There are also certain flowers connected with nurturing, romance, and tranquillity.
Having flowers at home can have a positive carryover impact on your mood at work, too. The study found that people were more likely to feel happier and have more enthusiasm and energy at work when flowers were in their home living environments.
Adding some flowers to your home and office has more effects than just decorative. Think of them as fragrant, visual therapy!