We publish a preview of an article in the new Corriere Salute. You can read the full text in the newsletter issue for free Thursday 26 November or in Pdf in the digital version of Corriere della Sera.
one law of physics, the second law of thermodynamics: all natural processes involve an increase in entropy. That is, they lead to a system in which the degree of order of the elements decreases. Translation, in the nature of things that tend to be disturbed if we do not intervene and make some effort in it: if we do not wash the dishes, dirty dishes will accumulate in the sink, if we do not put the books back on the shelves, stacks will form on the floor and so on. Almost all of us try to resist chaos and do well, as ordering also helps us stay healthy.
Staying in a house where there are too many things to accumulate for example can jeopardize sleep: PiAmela Thather, psychologist at the University of St. Lawrence in the United States, has shown that disorder in the room reduces the quality of rest and this can then translate into stress, anxiety, increased appetite and all that can result from a disturbed sleep, including the lowest cognitive performance. The data was also confirmed by a study by the US National Sleep Foundation, according to which those who do not tolerate seeing the bed useless and doing it carefully every morning are 19% more likely to sleep well (even if the sheets are always clean) , even better rest for 75% of respondents).
Dirty food effect
Not long ago Lenny Vartania of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, demonstrated to a group of volunteers that a kitchen full of dirty dishes, with pans and pots around them and bulk food on the shelves leads to more food and clean food. Choose less healthy foods, such as chocolate chip cookies instead of fruit. Those in a clean and tidy kitchen resist the temptation, even if they are under pressure: the combination of a chaotic environment and the feeling of deadly stressand in the long run can lead to a few extra pounds. If the home is OK, however, according to data collected by psychologists at the University of Los Angeles in California, stress and depression are less likely. vice versa live in apartments full of stacked items increases production cortisol, the stress hormone.
You can continue reading the article at the Corriere Salute in newsstands for free on Thursday 26 November or at the Pdf Digital Edition of the Corriere della Sera.
24 November 2020 (change 24 November 2020 | 20:53)
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