Purify the air, remove toxic gases, create a fresh, ventilated space, improve sleep, increase health quality and extend life. It is a wide range of benefits that bedroom plants bring to your lives. However, not any plants are good when put in the bedroom, these benefits just have for the right plants. If your choice is wrong, it will have the opposite effect. So in the article today, we want to share names and their image that you should know. Check them out!
If you are under pressure of work that leads to an insomniac, these bedroom plants are the good ways to deal with your matter. Instead of taking medicine, you can grow one and your sleep will better in the near future. In addition to bringing healthy benefits, they also make your space more beautiful, and closer to nature.
The scent of lavender helps sleep easily and reducing anxiety levels.
#2 Snake Plant (Mother-in-law’s Tongue)
Snake Plant emits oxygen at night time whilst simultaneously taking in carbon dioxide. This leads to a purer quality of air and a better night’s sleep.
This exotic plant has a gentle, soothing effect on the body and mind. Reduce anxiety levels, leading to a greater quality of sleep. So, it help you enjoy increased alertness and productivity during the day.
#4 Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera also emits oxygen at night, making for a more restful slumber. It’s also one of the easiest plants to grow and maintain because it don’t require frequent watering. Keep it on your bedroom window as it does need a lot of direct sunlight.
Gardenias has glossy evergreen leaves and beautifully scented blossoms, they are a popular plant choice for bedrooms because they help you achieve a better quality of sleep, reduce anxiety and promoting sleep. Place them in a bright room, but not placed in direct sunlight.
#6 Spider Plant
Spider Plant is also a champion cleanser of air. In addition, it will also absorb odors and fumes as well as sustaining oxygen levels in the room, promoting better sleep.
The Valerian is a perennial flowering plant with sweetly scented pink or white flowers that bloom in the summer. Simply inhaling its scent will help you fall asleep quickly, and will ensure you enjoy a better quality of slumber. In addition to keeping one on your bedroom window (it needs full sun for 6 hours a day).
#8 English Ivy
English Ivy is one of NASA’s top plants for purifying the air. It is simple to grow and only needs moderate exposure to sunlight. Its leaf can improve symptoms of allergies or asthma. However, you should hang it on basket beacause it’s toxic to kids and pets though, so make sure to keep it out of reach!
#9 Peace Lily
Peace Lily helps to filter out harmful benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde toxins. Increasing (about) 5% the moisture for room’s humidity. This suppresses airborne microbes which can lead to allergies, and also helps relieve those irritating dry noses and throats that keep you awake all night. A nice shady position (out of the reach of pets and children) and weekly watering is all the Peace Lily needs.
#10 Bamboo Palm
This small plant is a fantastic air purifier. Ditch your chemical-laden air fresheners in favor of a few of these pretty palms and say goodbye to airborne smells and toxins. Given its exotic origins, the Bamboo Palm will bring a tropical, warm feel to your bedroom. It’s fairly easy to care for – just keep the soil moist (but not wet) and place the plant in indirect sunlight.
#11 Gerbera Daisies
These bright and cheerful flowers couldn’t help but put you in a good mood! They also release oxygen at night, which helps you breathe easy while you snooze. If you suffer from apnea or allergies, then these daisies are definitely recommended.
#12 Golden Pothos
Golden Pothos is another exceptional air purifying plant. Not only will you have a better quality of sleep but you need not worry too much about nurturing it. A couple of hours of morning sun and a little water once a week is all it requires. Keeps its mildly toxic leaves out of the reach of pets and children.