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As you already know, your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in your house and it should be a calm sanctuary of peace and rest, but what’s the messiest room in your home anyway? According to some studies that analyzed the quality of life and people’s behavior, homeowners struggle most when it comes to keeping their garage, kitchen and bedrooms tidy.

Moreover, it seems that if you keep certain objects in your bedroom you can’t sleep enough and can give you nightmares. Thus, the explanation is that our mind associates the mess and certain objects with agitation and restlessness. That is why it is very important to always keep your bedroom clean and free of certain objects that can affect our condition both visually and physically.

There are several studies that have shown that people are more relaxed and happier when they sleep in a decluttered bedroom, where you can’t find a lot of objects that could negatively affect your mood and condition, than when they just want a bed to sleep and doesn’t matter how clean the room is.

So, what is the secret that can make you get adequate sleep and wake up rested and refreshed? According to some decluttering experts, there are some things that should never be in your bedroom! Read on for more info!

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