Houseplants That Can Help Improve Your Sleep

A good night’s sleep is one of the most important factors to having a good and energised day. If you don’t sleep well at night, you wake up feeling like you want to go back to bed again. You don’t feel like going through the day as you still feel tired and almost lifeless. A good night’s sleep is important, but some people may not have the pleasure of getting a good and uninterrupted sleep at night. If you have been trouble sleeping at night, you can try having houseplants by your side or near your surroundings to help you sleep. Houseplants naturally provide increased oxygen levels, great aromatic scents and a cleaner air. Here are the houseplants with the ability to make you sleep.

Jasmine

Jasmine herbal tea provides many good health benefits, so you imagine how much more it can provide as a plant. A jasmine plant if located near you can help reduce anxiety, which makes going to bed easier for someone who suffers from anxiety disorder. This plant has the ability to make you feel relaxed by lowering your heart rate and breathing rate. It can also help lower your blood pressure.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is famously known for its fast healing properties. As a houseplant, it can work on cleaning the air hence making you breathe in healthy air that allows you to have a mind free of headaches and stress. With its capabilities as a houseplant, Aloe Vera allows you to sleep better at night by cleaning the air you breathe.

Gerbera Daisy

As a houseplant, Gerbera Daisy works well if the place it is put in has enough light. At night, this houseplant releases oxygen and removes chemicals from the air in the area that it is placed in. It is great for people, who have trouble sleeping or suffer from allergies.

Snake Plant

Snake Plant is the type of houseplant that can clean the air in the area that it is placed in. It is able to convert CO2 to oxygen, even during the night. If a houseplant can provide you with more oxygen, you will be able to sleep better. Compared to other houseplants, the Snake Plant does not stop converting CO2 to oxygen. This is why it is considered a great aid for those, who have trouble sleeping.

English Ivy

English Ivy is not commonly known as a houseplant. It is more used for aesthetic purposes as a hanging plant. As a houseplant, English Ivy is able to remove mould and clear the air from the smell of animal faeces.

Peace Lily

Peace Lily, if used as a houseplant, helps to improve its surrounding area’s air quality. If it is put in your room, you will be able to get a better sleep as Peace Lily works on cleansing the air of carbon monoxide, benzene and formaldehyde. With its capabilities as a houseplant, it creates a peaceful environment that makes it easy for you to sleep without any worry.

Lavender

Lavender is famously used as a houseplant, especially in the bedroom. It comes with a lovely scent that makes any room it is put in smell pleasant. It helps people, who suffer from anxiety, and is known to help make sleeping an easy task for those, who have trouble sleeping. It induces sleep by lowering the heart rate as well as the blood pressure. As a result, the stress level gets low, which makes going to sleep easy.

Pothos

Pothos is a well-known houseplant due to its little light requirement compared to other houseplants. It also does not need to be watered regularly and despite that, Pothos is able to clean the air wherever it is placed. It can convert carbon monoxide to oxygen, which is why, if placed in a bedroom, it can permit you to sleep better.

Spider Plant

Spider Plant is one of the famous houseplants commonly used to remove harsh chemicals from the air. Due to its ability to do that, it is able to help you get a fresh mind if you are suffering from headaches and it can also make you get a better sleep at night.

 

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