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This won't solve the problem and the clutter often quickly builds up again.It's not easy to treat hoarding disorders, even when the person is prepared to seek help, but it can be overcome.It can take over the person's life, making it very difficult for them to get around their house.It can cause their work performance, personal hygiene and relationships to suffer.
If not tackled, it's a problem that will probably never go away.
The difference between a "hoard" and a "collection" is how these items are organised.
A collection is usually well ordered, and the items are easily accessible.
Someone who hoards may keep large stacks of newspapers that clutter their entire house and mean it's not actually possible to read any of the reviews they wanted to keep.
Hoarding can start as early as the teenage years and gets more noticeable with age.