Again, as mentioned in a previous post, the October 2007 issue of First magazine discussed the relationship of clutter to excess weight.
We know that clutter can weigh us down mentally. But how does bedroom clutter relate to weight gain? Excess stuff in your bedroom or near your bed can stimulate brain-waves that cause wakefulness. These brain-wave shifts can cause all-day fatigue, but, more so, they can trigger damaging hormonal changes. A connection has been made between not having enough sleep and eating more throughout the day. Eating more calories than your body needs leads to weight gain.
So is the clutter in your bedroom adding to your excess weight? Spend 15 minutes in the next 24-hours removing or putting away clutter from your bedroom. See what happens.