Why Doctors Wear Green Or Blue Dress

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    You all have seen doctors in green or blue dress till date. Whenever the doctors go to the operation, they wear only green or blue dress, but do you know the reason behind this ...? Probably not. By the way, today we are going to tell you the reason behind this, then you will tell us that what is so special in these two colors?

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    Why Doctors Wear Such Dresses - Actually it is said that earlier all the staff from the hospital to the doctors used to wear white clothes, but in the year 1914, an influential doctor changed this traditional dress to green. Not only this but it is also said that during the operation, doctors wear green or blue clothes because they can get into mental stress by constantly looking at the blood and internal organs of the human body. During this time, seeing the green color, his mind gets freed from that tension.

    Scientific reason - If we talk about scientific reason, then the biological formation of our eyes is made in such a way that they are able to see the colors red, green and blue. Yes, human eyes can recognize millions of other colors made from the same mixture of these colors. In such a situation, our eyes can see only the green or blue color better than all these colors. By the way, let us also tell you that red and yellow colors prick the eyes but green or blue color looks cool. Due to this, green and blue color are considered good for the eyes. It is said that the reason is that from the curtains to the clothes of the employees in the hospitals are green or blue, so that the eyes of the patients coming and staying in the hospital are relaxed, they do not have any problem.

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