The restrictive measure of lockdown or quarantine taken to contain the outbreak of coronavirus has impacted the mental health and well-being of people. The current circumstances of isolation, physical distancing, limited interaction, confinement are resulting into mental health and behavioural issues. Though, people have been keeping themselves busy with work or studies, yet staying at the same place for so many days are causing mental disruption. Apart from meditation and exercises, there is one more important thing people should focus on, that is cleaning of the living space.
A study led by a research scientist and professor at Indiana University, found that people with clean houses are healthier than people with messy houses. Researchers at Princeton University found that clutter can actually make it more difficult to focus on a particular task. With a clean house, you can reap many health benefits.
Amid COVID19 pandemic, cleanliness and sanitization have become a top priority for every person. Apart from keeping the germs and dirt at bay, a tidy place always gives positive energy- which is good for mental health. Regular cleaning of the space by oneself can help you stay active physically and mentally. Here are some simple things one can do to keep the house clean:
A germ-free home reduces the stress level while helping you build a strong immune system and can improve your overall productivity. While all of us do superficial cleaning nearly every day—that is, tidying up the visible spaces, it is the deep cleaning that really rids a home of heaviness and negative energy.