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One of the biggest crazes to emerge in the last few years is the concept of having a clean, organized, and clutter-free home. While it might seem normal to most people to keep their space clean, this trend goes a step beyond vacuuming and dusting. Most people keep objects for far too long, shoving them in attics, closets, and corners. However, this has a massive negative impact on mental health. Surprisingly, one of the best things you can do for your mental well-being is simply getting organized.

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1. Make your bed

You can probably guess what a few of the benefits of house organization are, but one might be a shock: your quality of sleep improves. A study from the National Sleep Foundation found that people who made their beds regularly were more likely to report getting a good night’s sleep. Plus, almost 70% of participants stated they felt that having a clean room is important in sleeping well. Because their brains feel more comfortable in organized environments, they were able to relax more and sleep better.

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