October 1, 2020
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A clean house

A Clean House: Not Just Being Tidy

By on September 13, 2020 0 86 Views

By Treasure Mayowa

A clean house is usually a measure of standards for a person. Other than that having a clean house or environment has a lot of effects than we think of. According to a study, researchers found out that the interior condition of a person can affect their physical activity. Yes, keeping your house clean goes beyond being tidy, it can affect your health.
Let’s review why you should keep your house clean



First and foremost, hygiene is an important factor in keeping the home clean. Hygiene is an underrated health habit. Germs are the number one cause of many diseases. Therefore, in keeping the house, it is important to remember hygiene is very important. After all, cleanliness is next to wholesomeness. Cleanliness at least a day keeps the doctor away!

Reduces Stress

Dirty dishes

A dirty house or environment has a way of producing bad energy. Seeing the necessary things that needed to be done but piled up, can suddenly amount to stress and fatigue. It has been explained by a psychologist “When you live in a messy home, you are subconsciously reminded of work that needs to be finished and visually, your eyes do not have a place to rest.”


“Too much clutter can cause tremendous stress and fatigue. When things take longer to find, or can’t be found, stress levels rise, and so does your risk for illness.”
So keeping your house clean, spares you from stress and tiredness.

Improved Safety

Cluster or anything blocking doorways can cause an accident within the environment. Clutter can easily hasten the spread of fire and hinder your ability to escape. It is important to keep your house clean to avoid any physical damage.
It may seem overrated but it is true. You wouldn’t stumble on those cluster of shoes in the night.

Free of pests and rodents

No rodent

Bugs and rodents can multiply and easily hide in untidy homes. They are attracted to liquid spills, food debris and dirty bowls. Their presence is unhealthy as they spread diseases, bacteria, germs or allergies. Regular cleaning, including putting all food in air-tight containers after each meal, trash removal help to keep pests away and can help to discover them before they become a serious issue.
Now, leave what you are doing and clean that house….it’s good for you!

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