We all need to get a good night’s sleep because this is the time when our body starts to repair itself but when you’re constantly tossing and turning at night, you need to find a way to bring back that relaxing atmosphere in your bedroom. One way for you to do this is by adding some plants to your sleeping area to help improve the quality of your sleep. Which bedroom plants should you get? Here are some that are worth mentioning.
- Jasmine. Jasmine is an exotic plants that actually do wonders to your sleep. For one thing, it can help reduce your anxiety levels so that it will be easier for you to fall asleep at night. And when you’re able to get a good night’s sleep, you’ll feel energetic and more alert the following day. Think about its white or pink blooms added to your bedroom, and you know that this will be a good decorative piece in your sanctuary.
- Aloe Vera. This plant is a perfect addition to your bedroom as it tends to release more oxygen in the air. This can help combat insomnia while at the same time, improve the quality of your sleep. This is not a difficult plant to raise as it doesn’t really need much sunlight or constant watering. Try putting some aloes in your bedroom and see if there is any different to your sleep.
- Snake Plant. Also referred to as Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, this plant is a great indoor plant to place in your bedroom as it emits more oxygen at night while absorbing the carbon dioxide that you exhale. Aside from these, the snake plant can also get rid of any toxins in the air which means that you’ll have cleaner air to breathe in.
- Lavender. Another household plant that will do nicely in your bedroom is lavender. This plant is well-known for its ability to reduce one’s anxiety levels while boosting sleep. The smell of lavender can actually lower your heart rate so that you will reach a calm state of mind.
- Peace Lily. The Peace Lily is also a good choice when it comes to improving your sleep because it can filter out harmful toxins such as benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. Another plus to this plant is that it can increase the room’s humidity up to 5% at least which can eradicate any airborne toxins. Just place the Peace Lily in a nice shady area of your bedroom and far from the reach of your pets plus watering it every week will keep this plant and you happy.
- Golden Pothos. Its heart-shaped leaves are worth including in your list of bedroom plants to consider as it is not that difficult to raise. As a matter of fact, even with your busy schedule, you’ll find that the Golden Pothos can actually thrive on its own. All that it needs is enough morning sunshine and adequate amounts of water and you’ll reap its benefits in no time.