a black and white striped dress It’s a basic to have in the closet, be it a blouse, shirt, scarf or scarf, as they never go out of style, although striped clothing may not appeal to many.
Wearing stripes on clothing was a symbol of social status in medieval times. And they were used by sailors and traders. In Victorian times, for example, stripes were already considered tacky. In more modern times, the stripes were used on prisoners’ uniforms.
In present times the dress and manner of wearing says a lot about the personality, but in this case, Striped clothing can affect health in two ways: physical and psychological.Indicate two scientific studies.
When it comes to psychological health, striped clothing may change the perception of how clothes fit us,
According to a study published in the National Library of Medicine, the perception is the result of the Helmholtz effect and is explained as follows: a box with horizontal stripes appears wider, whereas when it has vertical stripes, it appears taller.
This can distort body perception and create a complex about how a person perceives themselves, increasing insecurity.
Another study conducted by the Utrecht University Medical Center found that mime-style striped clothing or horizontal stripes can cause migraines or be associated with severe headaches,
This is because looking at a striped pattern causes an increase in the brain’s gamma oscillations, which are directly related to head discomfort when viewed directly.
By monitoring several people while looking at the images, they found that viewing the stripes led to an increase in so-called ‘gamma oscillations’ in the brain, which were accompanied by headaches and possibly seizures.
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