In this article we’re going to look at how colour blindness affects how you see things, how to get colour blinds and how to work around them.
Read more from the BBC News website Colour blindness is the inability to distinguish shades of colour that can be seen as shades of different colours, for example yellow or blue.
This is different to the ability to see shades of red and blue that are often referred to as red and yellow, or blue and green.
There are two main types of colour blindness, called dichromacy and color blindness.
Chromacy means the eye is unable to distinguish colour between different shades of the same colour.
In contrast to dichromatic vision, colour blindness is less common, and is usually due to inherited diseases.
The most common type of colourblindness is dichromatopsia, which affects more than 25 million people in the UK.
ChronotypeChronotypes are the same as dichromats, but can vary in severity.
This can be caused by genetic disorders such as Turner’s syndrome or learning difficulties.
Chromeosychology is the term used to describe the way in which different people perceive colours in a different way.
It is the study of colour in different light sources, and in the brain.
This type of blindness affects one in five adults, and affects people of all ages.
People with this type of condition usually have a low number of cells in the inner ear, and are unable to see colors in a very dark environment.
In addition to this, some people may have trouble detecting reds and yellows, as they lack the cones in the retina that allow them to detect them.
Chocolate blindnessIn some people, chocolate blindness is due to a combination of two or more different conditions.
Chocolate blindness can also occur when there is damage to the blood vessels in the ear.
These blood vessels are normally responsible for sending blood to the brain and retina, and when they are damaged, it can cause blindness.
There is no cure for chocolate blindness.
However, if it can be controlled with medication, the condition is usually milder.
Chronic fatigue syndromeChronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a syndrome that affects about one in four people, and often begins in the late teens to early 20s.
It can cause muscle weakness, headaches and fatigue.
The condition is often caused by damage to one or more of the main structures of the body.
People with CFS may also experience a feeling of lethargy or lack of energy.
They may also have a change in how they think, feel and react to situations.
Symptoms of CFS can vary depending on which condition is being diagnosed.
People who have CFS usually have difficulty concentrating and may feel unwell at the start of the symptoms, but this usually resolves in the long term.
Some people with CTS have also been diagnosed with other conditions that affect their body’s ability to produce energy.
These include Type 2 diabetes, fibromyalgia and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
These are common conditions in the general population, and can be life-threatening.