By Neuroscience News
Every corner brimming with chaos.
Clutter often leads to feelings of stress and anxiety.
Our brains thrive on order and minimal distractions.
Women might feel heightened stress due to societal roles and cluttered spaces.
Occasional disorder can ignite creativity and new perspectives.
Striving for ultra-cleanliness can also evoke anxiety.
Dedicating just five minutes can clear mind and space.
Understanding clutter's impact empowers us to reclaim our well-being.