Avoid placing any wall-mounted bookshelf right above the head while studying. It should be placed on the side. At no time the pointed edges of any over-head storage cabinets should be over the child’s head while studying as it emanates negative energy and affects the child’s concentration levels.
It is best to have a solid wall behind your child so they feel confident and focused. An open, well-lit room or an open window that brings in more light and positivity can help boost memory and concentration of the child.
Keep the child’s room clutter-free as a cluttered and dusty room represents negativity and your child will absorb it from the surroundings. A clean room helps a child to envision better, guide them in the thinking process and will lead to more organised thoughts.
Avoid keeping too many electronic gadgets on the study table. The radiation disturbs the thought pattern and mental wellbeing of the child.
It is advisable to use soothing colours on the wall. Avoid using bright shades such as red, yellow or orange in the kid’s room as it disturbs their sleep pattern. Paintings depicting violence and aggression should be avoided and abstract paintings with conflicting colours should also be avoided.
Avoid keeping any mirrors right in front of the study table or the bed, as the child can get distracted.