The properties of these plants help you fall asleep and rest properly. There are many factors that can affect our rest from stress and worries to noise or little dark rooms. All you need to do to help your mind rest easily and your body relax completely is to put one of these five different types of plants in your bedroom.
One of the most effective plants when it comes to resting, its aroma is relaxing so we recommend having a pot with lavender in your room so that its aroma can be perfumed. Lavender has been known to help reduce anxiety and stress, as well as lower your heart rate. This calming property is what encourages people to use lavender essential oils at bedtime. However, having the plant in your bedroom will keep you calm throughout the night.
Aloe vera plants release a lot of oxygen at night. This large amount of oxygen in the air can help fight insomnia and help your body stay calm when you sleep. In addition, aloe vera is one of the best plants to have at home. Not only because of the juice of its leaves that can be used to heal wounds, scars, burns, acne or improve the circulatory and immune system, among others, but also because its care is minimal.
The snake plant, Sansevieria
Like aloe, this plant also releases more oxygen at night than during the day. This improves the air quality in the room and can make it easier for your body to breathe. Sanseviera has long been the queen of indoor plants due to its great ability to adapt to the most unexpected places in our homes or workplaces.
Sanseviera is perfect for beginners and forgetful of the minimum care of indoor plants as it is very resistant and strong, capable of adapting both to hot and dry areas with heaters that emit excessively high temperatures and to homes with cold and humid environments. It also adapts perfectly to both bright windows and dark corners.
Another top air purifying plant that is even easy to grow and only needs moderate exposure to sunlight.
English ivy can improve symptoms of allergies or asthma that all sufferers know can seriously affect both the quantity and quality of sleep. English ivy can remove 70% airborne mold in hours. Since mold can affect our breathing, it is definitely a plant to have on hand for a great night's sleep.