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Many severe hoarders began at an early age. On their early age, common things hoardered are broken toys, school papers, and broken pencils.
Common behaviors include collecting unnecessary items
Clutter of items can deplete a person's quality of life because of chances of infestation and it creates a hazarduous area.
Hoarders experience anxiety and panic when forced to make a decision whether to discard or keep and item. To prevent anxiety and panic, items are just kept.
Five percent of the U.S population are hoarders. This effect many friends and family members.
Ways to help hoarders are Professional Organizers, cleaning companies, therapists, and community service to help hoarders deal with their item attachments and anxiety problem.
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