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It could be your cluttered kitchen, workspace, or even your computer desktop. Researchers at Princeton University found clutter can trigger sensory overload – which forces the brain to work extra hard, tiring it out faster. That creates fatigue and uneasiness. So try straightening up your workspace, and see if it helps.