Not only are indoor plants great decor for your home, but some of them can also help you sleep better
Getting a restful night’s sleep is so important to your overall health. It keeps you feeling alert and focused throughout the day while also keeping you happy. Having some indoor plants in your home could help you get the perfect sleep of your dreams. Below are some beautiful plants that will be your ally in sleep!
You may think Aloe Vera was only used to help with bad sunburns, but it turns out there are many different health benefits to improve air quality and sleep. According to ProFlowers, Aloe Vera is ideal for purifying benzene and formaldehyde from the air. It also releases oxygen at night, which purifies the air and helps us to breathe easier while we sleep.
Start Sleeping states that the Snake Plant removes formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, toluene, and trichloroethylene from the air and converts carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. Increasing the oxygen levels in the room helps you to get a more restful sleep.
According to Sleep Advisor, the Spider Plant has substantial detoxifying effects. Sleep Advisor mentions a study done by NASA, where they found that the Spider Plant is capable of getting rid of up to 90% of the formaldehyde in the air that surrounds them. Keep one or two of them in your bedroom to get some super fresh air and an amazing night’s sleep.
HGTV says that the Bamboo Palm removes toxins from the air, helping you to get a night of better sleep. It is a plant with very low maintenance and does well in soft lighting. According to Happy DIY Home, the Bamboo Palm needs a moderate amount of water but you should be careful not to overwater it. Make sure to have well-draining soil and add fertilizer once a month during the Spring and Summer to encourage healthy growth. The Bamboo Palm will make you feel as though you traveled to a tropical paradise without ever having to leave your bedroom.
These indoor plants can help to improve your air quality while also giving you that shut-eye you’ve been searching for at night. Make sure to look into exactly how to take care of each plant before buying so you know which one would be best for your living situation. Buy your indoor plant today and get ready for some fresh air and soothing sleep!
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