Here is the several combination of color setting for your vision protection
Galaxy White #FFFFFF RGB (255, 255, 255)
Almond yellow # FAF9DE RGB (250, 249, 222)
Autumn leaves brown # FFF2E2 RGB (255, 242, 226)
Carmine # FDE6E0 RGB (253, 230, 224)
Grass Green # E3EDCD RGB (227, 237, 205)
Sea sky blue # DCE2F1 RGB (220, 226, 241) I like this one (most of research recommend light blue color)
Ge towel # E9EBFE RGB (233, 235, 254)
Aurora #EAEAEF RGB (234, 234, 239)
Hue: 85, Saturation: 123, Brightness: 205;
RGB color red: 199, green: 237, blue: 204;
Hexadecimal color: # C7EDCC or # CCE8CF
For further information about setting your computer please visit this website
Here is also how to adjust RGB values with 5800K warm screen temperature website
Three Best Colors to Reduce Stress & Calm Your Mind
Green is a color that inspires peace and tranquility.
A common color in nature – found in grass, trees and vegetation – green can make you feel grounded, creative, and calm. It is the easiest color on our eyes and can be stared at the longest without eye strain or agitation and can help to teach you how to calm your mind.
This makes it an excellent choice for business accents – consumers feel more relaxed around green which encourages them to shop longer. The same goes for employees. Studies show that employees in a green environment are more productive and happier overall. Production studios have “green rooms” which have a greater calming effect on guests than other colors do.
Researchers found that placing a transparent green page over reading material boosted student reading speed and retention. Schoolroom blackboards – before the days of overhead displays – were painted green so students didn’t tire of looking at them.
Natural greens are a safe color choice in home décor; painted green walls are one of the most enjoyed colors for both genders. Green fabric looks good on all skin tones and makes the wearer feel refreshed and optimistic.
Blue emits a sense of calm and well-being.
The color of water and sky, blue is equated with positive things. Painting a bathroom blue multiplies the relaxing effects of a bath.
Blue can have a sedative effect; it calms the mind and can actually lower your blood pressure and body temperature.
Surrounding your workspace in different shades of blue can help you focus and memorize details more fully. It also happens to be the most common favorite color of men.
Human resource specialists suggest blue for an interview or first meeting – it inspires trust, maturity and dependability. Men in blue project feelings of security and stability in the opposite sex.
The color blue has the opposite calming effect on our appetite. One study found that painting your kitchen blue decreased calorie consumption by 30%.
Scientists believe blue’s effect on appetite is caused in part by the fact that blue food is uncommon outside of a few fruits – human instinct causes subjects to avoid foods dyed blue – possibly due to our concern about food going rancid.
Purple in all shades has a calming mental effect and boosts sex drive.
Research results from the United Kingdom showed that the color purple in a bedroom triples the sexual activity of long-term couples.
Purple has proven beneficial in soothing mental illness and nervous disorders, making it a popular color in mental health facilities to calm the minds of those who are distressed. Harmony and balance of the mind are often apparent after patients spend time around purple.
Since ancient times, the color purple has been associated with royalty, wisdom and spirituality. It is a wonderful choice for spaces used to create or meditate. Inspiring independence, originality and a sense of purpose, purple should be used in small doses.
Since it occurs rarely in natural settings, the impression of too much purple can subconsciously feel artificial.
Color and Emotion
Many cultures use color in politics, athletics and religious ceremonies. Some civilizations use color to provoke certain feelings or actions.
The next time you notice yourself gravitating to a certain color – ask yourself how you feel when you see it or wear it. Then surround yourself with the colors that make you feel best.