Wednesday, August 12, 2020


3 Ways A House Move Can Benefit Your Health.

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(ThySistas.com) Okay, so we know that moving home can be stressful. We know that for a while at least, you might not be the healthiest person you have ever been when dealing with the pressures of house and apartment hunting, managing your finances, and packing your boxes. 

However, when the moving process is over, and you are finally in your new home, you might start to experience the benefits to both your physical and mental health.

Here’s why.

#1: You can live in a better location

Of course, if you choose to move to an area that is high in pollution, then you aren’t going to experience many health benefits. But if you moved somewhere scenic, with plenty of fresh air, then you are naturally going to feel good in yourself. It could be a small cottage in a rural area. It might be a house that is located near a park and other places of scenic beauty. Or it could be something akin to these fabulous Meriton Apartments that are located right beside the sea. So, think about the location when you’re house hunting, and try to choose somewhere that is going to elevate you mentally because of the fresh air and scenery, and even physically, because of the walking opportunities that might be around you. 

#2: You can experience a fresh start

If your current home is full of sad and bitter memories, and if your life has been beset with problems in the house and area you are living in, then your mental health may have been affected as a result. To get away from the way you are feeling, a fresh start might be just what you need. So, if you need to heal from a breakup, escape the reminders of your failings or the failings of others, or flee any other types of hardship, consider how a new beginning could improve the way you feel on a daily basis.

#3: You can benefit from a larger living space

If you’re currently living in small accommodation, you might have more than a few problems with household clutter. With less space to move around, you might also feel stifled at home. And if you don’t have enough room to carry out your favorite hobbies, you might also feel bored within your living environment. Each of these issues can have a negative effect on your mental health, so consider what a house move could do for you. With a larger living space, you would have more room for your possessions. You would have more room to live your life. And you would have the space available for fun and creative purposes. In short, you might have the opportunity to improve your mental health, thanks to the added space your property afforded you. 

So, what do you think? If your health is currently suffering because of where you are living, it might be that a house move (despite the stress) could be the logical next step towards better health and happiness. Think about the possibilities for you, and then start to create an action plan if a move is a good idea.

Staff Writer; Paula Short


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