Sleep disorders lead to lower productivity, lack of energy and ultimately poor health. Remedies are countless, but before you get to the doctor, looking for solution in nature.
Earlier, I used to wonder, why do people have plants in their bedroom. I mean, who grow plants in bedroom. But, now I know; indoor plants can help you sleep better. Besides decorating your room, these plants can also be extremely beneficial to your health. Some are known for their soothing and purifying effects, while others can improve sleep quality.
This plant toxins and purifies the air and removes carbon dioxide. It is also release a large amount of moisture in the air, which makes it particularly useful during the winter months.
Besides its healing benefits, this herb is extremely effective when it comes to cleaning up hazardous chemicals such as formaldehyde.
Aloe Vera produce oxygen at night, which usually is not a typical plant. It also has a positive effect on immunity.
Its benefits are widely known in the perfume industry, in the manufacture of medicinal and natural products. An odor relaxing, soothing that drives insomnia, slows heart rate and induce a state of drowsiness.
Lavender has a calming effect on children restless and who improves and prolongs sleep.
Weeping Fig or Benjamin Fig or Ficus Tree
This plant is number 1 in air purification. It removes more than 70% of benzene, ammonia, toluene and other harmful airborne contaminants that may be emitted by the low-quality synthetic things.
This plant is very helpful in processing compounds and in the destruction of microbes. It will improve the quality of sleep and looks great in the bedroom.
Sansevieria trifasciata or Mother-in-law’s tongue or the Snake plant
This plant is beneficial for the immune system and respiratory. It can offer huge help in reducing headaches and blood pressure. Like aloe, it produces oxygen and removes carbon dioxide from the air at night, making sleep certainly be more restful.
This plant is rich in essential oils, flavonoids and other substances. Therefore, this flower will be an excellent regulator for the nervous system and helps you coping up with stress.
Jasmine is a plant that prefers sun but can as well live without too much. Jasmine flowers helps reduce anxiety, improve sleep quality and mood. Her sweet smell and is perfect for a relaxing bedroom.