study in Japan looked at 450 undergrads’ living space. They found those students who had a problem with decluttering and organizing lived in disorganized homes and had low self-esteem.
Researchers found that a cluttered environment hinders your ability to focus completely. Your attention is distracted, so that you can’t process information as well.
In another study, researchers used an MRI to measure a person’s brain response to organized and disorganized things during a task.Read more on powerofpositivity.com