Written by Betty D July 23, 2020

Cleaning for Health

How a Clean Home Can Improve Your Mental Health

1. Reduced Stress and Anxiety

A tidy home reduces visual stimuli, helping to lower stress and anxiety levels.

2. Reducing Depression Symptoms 

Cleaning tasks provide a sense of accomplishment, helping manage depression symptoms.

3. Improved Focus and Productivity

A clutter-free environment reduces distractions, leading to better focus and productivity.

3. Better Sleep

A clean bedroom promotes better sleep by creating a calming atmosphere.

3. Increased Sense of Accomplishment

Cleaning your home can bring a sense of achievement and boost your mood.

Tips for a clean home

1. Use a cleaning schedule or checklist

Make cleaning a daily habit, declutter regularly, and keep things organized.

Click below to download the Bare Minimum Cleaning Schedule

2. Declutter Regularly

Regularly go through your items and donate or discard what you no longer need or use.

3. Keep Things Organized

Have a designated place for every item. This approach can make cleaning easier and your home more orderly.

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I’m a professional house cleaner with 20 years of experience cleaning houses under my belt, and I’ve learned a lot about cleaning, organizing and how people react to these tasks. I’ve worked with hoarders, people will mental disorders and the young and old. What I’ve learned is everyone has different levels of “clean” and most people hate to clean. I give you cleaning and organization tips that are easy to use and don’t take all your time. And I am a fan of gadgets that will help you clean. My motto is “Work smarter, not harder!”

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