Scientists talked about the benefits of making your bed every day. Psychologists and sociologists shared their conclusions on this issue.
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Back in 2010, the National Sleep Association in the United States found in a study that people who make their beds in the morning get better sleep than those who neglect this step. This is supported by a survey of 1.5 thousand volunteers. Psychologist Gretchen Rubin also found that those people who call themselves happy also have a habit of making their bed every day. This helps them find inner comfort and tranquility. The expert and author of The Happiness Project recommends starting the morning with the aforementioned “ritual” if a person feels overwhelmed and tired. By conquering his laziness at the start of the day, the individual prepares to face other obstacles. The survey shows that those who make the bed are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs, wealthier and exercise regularly.
Some of those who make the bed admit that this action encourages them to clean up other scattered things in the house. Keeping your bedroom tidy can help reduce stress and tidy up your head. Psychologist Charles Duhigg has established that this ritual is important in achieving financial discipline. Neurologist Kelly Baron pointed out that in the process of treating insomnia, people are advised to use the bed only for rest and sex. A made bed is less likely to become a place to laze or watch TV.