A lot of us believe that minor bits of clutter can’t really affect us. We think that only people who are serious hoarders are in danger of having their health affected by clutter.
Unfortunately, we are slowly coming to realize that this simply isn’t true. What is becoming more and more accepted by scientists and the general public is that even minor bits of clutter can actually cause a whole host of both physical and mental health problems ranging from allergies and fatigue to breathing complications and depression.
So now the question we have to ask ourselves is; how does this happen and what can we do about it? Read on: Physical Health and Clutter Clutter isn’t just a pile of stuff.Read more on everydaypower.com