Lets discuss clutter. Clutter is a mirror image of hoarding in my opinion. Hoarding has been linked to our mental health in so many ways. Many of us keep clutter as way of holding on, keeping memories or other reasons. In this blog I will explain why you need to start decluttering your home.
For health and safety's sake, it's probably best to get house cleaning on your calendar a little more often. In fact, putting off cleaning tasks and letting clutter pile up can actually have a serious impact on your physical and mental health. Experts found that dust and pet dander are two major triggers for asthma, which is a significant problem among children, especially those in urban areas.
Cluttered homes tend to harbor a lot of dust, the less stuff you have, the fewer places dust can settle. Household clutter seems relatively harmless. But many people feel stressed and like life is out of control when they surround themselves with more things than they can manage. Decluttering your home may help to reduce stress levels and frees up extra space in the home. If you are unable to get control of the clutter in your home, try hiring professional help. It can be a life changing investment to your health.