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A house full of stuff takes its toll. Cluttered surfaces, piles of laundry, and those never-ending to-do lists can be exhausting and leave you feeling stressed, fatigued, and even depressed at the end of the day. Want to make a big change that can improve all areas of your life? It's time to declutter and organize. Here are just a few of the ways that organizing your home with the help of a self storage unit can help you reduce your stress load and lead a happier, healthier life.

#1. An organized space improves your diet
Clutter is a major stressor for the brain. When you live in a cluttered environment, you are more likely to turn to coping mechanisms like overeating and comfort food due to this stress. According to a study published in Psychological Science, people who work in a neat area for 10 minutes are twice as likely to choose an apple as a snack rather than a chocolate bar compared to people who work in a messy office. Trying to lose weight or focus on a healthier diet in the ? It starts by ensuring your work space is organized. Ditch the unnecessary clutter with the help of a storage unit.

#2. The stress of clutter reduces productivity
Clutter in your home can stress and overload the brain's ability to process information. According to research published in a Journal of Neuroscience, this can directly impact your productivity -- not only at work -- but also in other areas of your life. When you get your workspace organized, you're more efficient and it leaves you more time to get other things done, including sleep and exercise.

#3. Decluttering can improve your sleep
About 40 million people in the United States have chronic sleep problems. Stress is a leading cause of insomnia and poor sleep quality, but there's an easy step you can take to get a better night's sleep: organize your space. Reducing the mess in your home means less stress, which naturally improves your sleep. According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, residents who make their beds each morning will be 19% more likely to get a good night's sleep. Take the time to clean up your bedroom by reducing the amount of stuff in your closet, clearing off your nightstands, and keeping your dirty clothes out of sight. If you need to, rent a storage unit to reduce the amount of stuff in your bedroom. When it's time for bed, the clean, de-cluttered space will help you fall asleep faster and sleep better.

De-clutter and re-energize by getting your home organized today. With sizes and prices to fit your specific needs, the only thing you have to loose is the stress.