The Affect of Clutter on Your Brain

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Clutter can have a major impact on your brain in ways that many of us don’t even realize. No one is immune to the stress brought on by living in a cluttered space, but it’s never too late to take back control! These three benefits are some awesome motivation to clear the clutter for a better life.

Your concentration will improve.

Whether your cluttered space is your home office, kitchen or bedroom, clearing it is a simple way to improve your concentration. Say goodbye to burning dinner or sitting at your desk for hours with very little to show for it. Clutter is distracting for your brain, causing it to be in overdrive and multitasking all day every day. Working overtime is exhausting for your brain. Increasing your focus and ability to process the task at hand is just one more way your concentration will improve sans clutter.

You’ll sleep better.

Tired of the sleepless nights or tossing and turning? Clutter is a huge factor in your quality of sleep. Many individuals with cluttered closets or sinks full of dishes wake completely exhausted day in and day out. Because of your brain running on overdrive about the state of your home, it never really shuts down to rest. Proper sleep is essential to your health and well being and living without clutter is the first step to getting it.

You’ll be happier.

Clutter is the visual version of noise. Constantly staring at cluttered room after cluttered room makes your irritable and increases the feelings of not being in control of your life. This can be depressing and discouraging for most people. Because of these negative feelings, you may feel more self-conscious and hold onto the past for too long both of which are mentally unhealthy.

Are you ready to say goodbye to the clutter for a healthier life both physically and mentally? Crate It Storage is your local solution that can help declutter your home and your life. Give us a call to learn more about how we can help you!