Place Theese Plants In Your Bedroom And Get Some Amazing Sleep

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Getting a good night’s sleep is very important for us in order to have an alert mind and a sharp attention. It restores energyreduces stress, and improves overall mood. Also during sleep, the body produces cells that grow and repair the nerve cell insulation in our brain, leading to better memory retention. Poor sleep quality has been associated with reduced memory performance.

At some time in your life, you’ve probably had a hard time getting to sleep. Bad sleep means low energy, bad health, and just simply dragging yourself through the day. Most of us would turn to conventional sleeping pills, warm milk, soothing music, and the like to sleepily slip into dreamland. But did you know that keeping some comforting indoor plants close can help you sleep better?

Here is the list of the plants that will help you get some good night sleep:

  1. Aloe Vera Plant- Aloe Vera is easy to keep alive! Aloe Vera was listed as one of NASA’s top air-improving plants and has been shown to emit oxygen at night. Increased oxygen supply at night may help with insomnia and improve overall quality of sleep. This succulent plant is extremely easy to grow, plus it also clears out toxic agents in the air that could harm your body and make it difficult for you to sleep. Place one in your bedroom window where it can get much-needed sunlight.
  2. Lavender- For century’s lavender has been known to help reduce anxiety and stress.  This calming property is what draws people to use lavender essential oils as part of their bedtime routine.  A lavender plant will help you relax and keep you calm all night long. Who doesn’t love the scent of lavender? It’s also probably the most well-known of all plants when it comes to inducing sleep and reducing anxiety levels. Research backs up these claims, with lavender scents shown to slow down heart rate, lower blood pressure and levels of stress.
  3. Jasmine plant– Jasmine in some Southeast Asian countries, is associated with purity and is even considered a divine flower as it is offered in some religious ceremonies in India. Likewise, although the smell of jasmine may be a tad bit strong, it has been shown to improve the quality of sleep, increase alertness and even one’s productivity. This plant may also help reduce anxiety, as its smell has a soothing effect on your body and mind. Studies have shown that reducing those anxiety and stress levels have helped some enjoy a greater quality of sleep
  4. English Ivy Plant- English Ivy may be particularly beneficial to those who suffer from asthma or breathing problems at night.It is a number one plant for purifying the air in your bedroom and that will get you the sleep you need.
  5. Peace lily– Aside from being beautiful, the peace lily has many unique properties that most people are unaware of. It’s able to filter the air inside of your house of two dangerous compounds: benzene and formaldehyde. It will also help add a bit of humidity back to rooms that are too dry, usually around 5 to 10%. If you are suffering from dry skin or a dry mouth, that might be all you need to get a little bit of relief.
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