The wonderful houseplants plants for your bedroom to improve sleep.
This exotic plant is a gentle soothing effect on the body and mind. It has been shown in one study, to reduce anxiety levels leading to a greater quality of sleep. Not only that, but this research suggests that the positive effects of such a high quality sleep lead you enjoy increased alertness and productivity during the day. With such beautiful pink or ivory blossoms, there seemed to be no downsides to adding a Jasmine bloom to your boudoir.
Lavender is one of the most well known sense that can help relax you and induce sleep. The plant has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety and can help with insomnia and restlessness.
Aside from its ability to survive on neglect, the snake plant is beloved for its ability to clean the air in your home. Snake plants are able to convert co2 to oxygen and while many plants stop doing this at night, the snake plant continues to do so while you sleep, and more oxygen means better sleep.
Listed as one of NASA’s top hair and proving plants, the fantastic hallow works much like the snake plant. It emits oxygen at night, making for a more restful slumber. It’s also one of the easiest plants to grow and maintain. It tolerates, neglect well and so does not require frequent watering. Dubbed the plant of immortality by the Egyptians, it reproduces easily. So if you buy one, you’ll soon have an aloe plant for all the rooms in your house. You can even pass on the gift of happy sleep to your family and friends. Keep it on your bedroom window as it does need a lot of direct sunlight.
This house plant is one of the best air purifiers as it can help to remove mold from the air. This can help relieve allergic symptoms which may be interfering with your sleep.
Rosemary is not just a culinary staple, keeping a plant in your bedroom has many benefits. The scent that rosemary gives off has been known to reduce anxiety and it’s also alleged to improve your memory. Keep a small rosemary plant by your bedside and rub it on your hands before bed to reap the benefits while you sleep.
With palazzi evergreen leaves and beautifully scented blossoms, gardenias are a popular plant choice for bedrooms. Studies indicate that keeping one in your room may help you achieve a better quality of sleep with claims that it maybe as effective as valium and relieving anxiety and promoting sleep. However, gardenias can be tricky to maintain as they require a lot of attention in order to keep their luscious leaves and delicate flowers indoor. Gardenias should be kept in a bright room but not placed in direct sunlight but if you suffer with insomnia or anxiety, investing a little time in one of these beautiful blooms could be a cheap and healthier solution to taking pills.
Gerbera daisies can be a great indoor plant as long as your bedroom has enough light for them. Their bright colors help you to feel cheerful when you wake up but they also release oxygen at night and remove chemicals from the air. Gerbera daisies have been recommended for people who suffer from sleep apnea or allergies.
Pothos, particularly the golden variety are a popular house plant choice for many reasons. They do well with very little light and do not need to be watered too often and they also work to clean the air in your home. Pothos are especially good at converting carbon monoxide to oxygen so you will definitely sleep better with one of these in your bedroom.