Discussions on mental health can seem trite and clichéd. People, who suffer, do it in silence. If it is discussed openly, it is perceived as a rare and courageous step. If the distress of patients isn’t palpable and lacks logic or consistency, we stop listening and assume that they are using their situation as an excuse for not being able to live normally.
Anxiety, despite being an invisible condition, is also physical, and it can be contextualized visually. Despite the well known patterns that are used in describing depression, I believe that it is necessary to talk about it more openly.
While conducting psychological experiments in America during the 70s, it was proven that by looking at the color tone Baker Miller Pink it is possible to decrease the amount of aggression and depression in a person. The research was developed and the claim proved to be true - painting the rooms of psychiatric hospitals in this tone improved the mental health of their patients.