Not everyone is blessed with baby-like sleep! Most of us go to sleep with a stressed mind and with a lot of things running around in our head that kills the peace of mind- something that is necessary for a good sleep. This leads to us having a disturbed sleep that can affect our body, mind, and daily work!
Basically, a great sleep cycle is what keeps your life cycle in perfect condition. So, for the readers who do not get adequate sleep or a peaceful sleep, Mother Nature offers you a wide variety of indoor plants that you can keep in your bedroom to help you relax and sleep better!
image source This plant is widely known for its herbal and beauty enhancement properties. However, little is known about its power to calm a person down. This indoor plant can be grown easily with less effort. It is known as the ‘Plant of Immortality’ since it reproduces very easily. The Aloe Vera is one of the few indoor plants that give out oxygen at night, which helps cure insomnia, and induces healthy sleep for a person to wake up fresh and brisk the next day.
English Ivy Plant
This is another easy-to-grow plant that is scientifically proven by NASA to help cure Asthma. Patients suffering from Asthma usually having troubles breathing at night. The English Ivy Plant is known to have the power to absorb 94% of air mold that causes allergies and exacerbates Asthma. This plant helps to treat one’s health issues and also induces good sleep by removing contaminants from your bedside space.
image source Lavender is known for its fragrance and oils that help bring out a great
image source The snake plant is usually found in bedrooms and bathrooms for its ability to act as a natural air purifier. Snake Plant absorbs bad air or stench and provides fresh air in the room. It can also absorb air toxins which help one to breathe pure air and thus, help one to have a better sleep.
image source Jasmine is known as the queen of the night for its fragrance and the
So, readers! Have you got yourself a pot of each indoor plants? If not, get one soon and spread the message! Because, statistics have shown that more than 80% of the world adult population does not get proper sleep, thanks to work schedules and deadlines that sticks to your mind at all times!