By Millie Hurst, Jan 23, 2022
In a similar vein, a 2021 study by cpap.com revealed self-confessed messy people got more sleep than tidy people, but that tidier people enjoyed a higher quality of sleep. Clean people were twice as likely to report being happy with their sleep. Dr Alex Dimitriu sleep expert and founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine adds that there is ‘some evidence that clutter (as well as the procrastination that can lead to clutter) leads to elevated stress hormones, and reduced overall life satisfaction. ‘Neither the annoyance with clutter, nor the elevated stress hormones it can cause, are good for sleep,’ Dr Dimitriu says. But cluttercore-inspired interior design ideas and just being messy and disorganized are two very, very separate things.
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