Color therapy in Malaysia


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Color therapy in Malaysia

  1. 1. COLOR THERAPY<br />AMMAR BIN ABDUL RAHMAN<br />M09204 9108<br />Prepared for:<br />Madam FarahizaZaihanbintiAzizan<br />(Lecturer of Project Management)<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Color Therapy is the therapeutic use of light of specific colors. <br />It encompasses a number of methods used in complementary medicine, including the direction of light of specific colors at the chakras associated with the colors, the stimulation of acupoints, and the use of light of specific wavelengths to facilitate healing. <br />Color therapy is often employed as a complementary treatment for seasonal affective disorder, depression, and stress. <br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />Nowadays, it is one of proven medical methods in the world.<br />However, this therapy is very less used in Malaysia.<br />This may be due to the lack of disclosure of medical methods in Malaysia.<br />
  4. 4. PROBLEMWhy does color therapy is not popular in Malaysia<br />Why??<br />Lack of exposure on color therapy methodology in Malaysia.<br />Malaysians prefer to seek to use drugs.<br />Not many doctors are using color therapy in Malaysia.<br />Color medical therapy is still new in Malaysia<br />This may be due to the lack of advertising of medical methods or the Malaysian society is still not convinced about this method.<br />
  5. 5. PROBLEMEffect<br />It causes people in Malaysia far behind in terms of medical compared to the other communities.<br />Actually we can reduce costs by using Color Therapy because it’s costs is cheaper than another medicine. <br />It has no side effects compared to some other medical condition that have risk if consumed in excess.<br />
  6. 6. PROBLEMThe Result<br />
  7. 7. The Solution <br />Introduce color therapy as a core subject for the medical field in Malaysia<br />Distributing leaflets on the method of color therapy to every medicalhealth departments in Malaysia.<br />Create a color therapy courses related to the provision to all communities in Malaysia.<br />Requiring all hospitals to use color therapy as one of the cure to the patients.<br />
  8. 8. Color TherapyColor Therapy Method<br />7 meridian starts from the start of the  bottom to the top of the head of the crown head.<br />For the treatment you need to wear a ring as usual on hand and put it on the problem depends on the chart attached to the disease. Ring can be placed on the Meridian 1 to 7 directly on the skin or under clothing if necessary. Vibration absorption of the color is more effective if contact with skin.<br />
  9. 9. Color TherapyMERIDIAN 1 : RED<br />Green<br />Color Therapy<br />Purple<br />Orange<br />Blue<br />Yellow<br />Meridian Color for Color Therapy<br />
  10. 10. Literature Review<br />Cylnes and Kohn (1968) found that brain function, as measured by electircal responses, is more markedly affected by red than by other colors of equal intensity. <br />Clynes (1977) maintains that this response to color is not conditioned - that red is inherently exciting to the human brain<br />
  11. 11. Literature Review<br />Goldstein (1939) experimented with the relationship between the body position of mental patients and their exposure to large sheets of colored paper. He found that certain colored stimuli caused subjects to change the position of their arms in several related experiments.<br />In sports, Rowe et al. (2005) attribute the effect to blue and white colour having differential effects on opponent visibility. The white judogi may be more visible than the blue judogi, allowing the athlete in blue to better anticipate the movements of his (white) opponent.<br />
  12. 12. ObjectiveGeneral Objective<br />Ultimate goal is to promote the use of color as one method of therapy in Malaysia.<br />Given that the medical method in color therapy is underutilized in Malaysia, this study aims to:<br />Search method or way of solutions on how to encourage the use of color as one method of therapy in hospitals and clinics;<br />Awareness of the advantages and method of color therapy: Making color therapy as a way of medicine in Malaysia as well as homeopathy and cupping;<br />
  13. 13. ObjectiveSpecific Objective<br />Encourage patients to seek treatment:<br />The use of color therapy that does not use needles to encourage patients to seek treatment in hospitals. This is because the color treatment method is to use color therapy as a medical device and easily applied to treat patients.<br />Diversifying the medical method in Malaysia:<br />By the year 2020 Malaysia will be declared as a developed country. Malaysia needs to improve the methodology in Malaysia in line with the explosion of information technology at present.<br />
  14. 14. ObjectiveSpecific Objective<br />Increasing the number of patients seeking treatment in hospital: <br />A renewal must be done to attract patients to seek treatment in hospital. This in turn can prevent diseases from spreading.<br />