Many people suffer from insomnia and try various alternatives from medicine to exercising to get that sound sleep at night. However, when fighting sleeplessness, we don’t think about the natural remedies that some plants are capable of. Some plants act as insomnia natural medicine and help cleanse the bedroom air evoking a calm ambiance to suit your night-weariness. Thus, from the next time, if you think you are a victim of insomnia or excessive stress, try the following indoor plants to help you sleep better.
Indoor Plants Help You Sleep Better at Night
Lets look at the plants that will help you sleep better.
According to NASA, peace lily helps cleanse harmful benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde toxins. Not only is it easy to care but adds to the attractive appeal of your bedroom. A widely used sleep well plant, peace lily suppresses airborne microbes and prevents almost every symptom of an allergy. Thus, this plant help naturally cures your itchy throats and watery noses at night.
Valerian is one of the widely recommended indoor plants that help you sleep better at night. It is known for helping with sleep disorders especially insomnia. It is often combined with lemon balm and other herbs to soothe your sleep at night. This is a very beneficial plant for indoor use as it not only helps with sleep disorders but helps treat anxiety, psychological stress, hysteric conditions and migraines.
The specialty of using this as your home interior plant is that Gerbera daisy releases oxygen throughout the day and night. While most of the plants release carbon dioxide during night time, the uniqueness of this indoor plant comes in very handy when it helps calm your sense and makes you doze off faster. Research says that higher levels of oxygen during sleep increases the duration of sleep by 10 percent.
Lavender is another sleep-well plant that soothes sore muscles and relaxes you at night especially the oil made with lavender works greatly for a sore thorat. It also helps relieve headaches, migraines, anxiety, and exhaustion. One of the key products of lavender is its oil that is used in numerous medicinal branches as a natural medicine. Its violet beauty combined with the sweet potpourri smell elevates your bedroom ambiance anytime of the day. Lavender releases slow sleep waves that help relax muscles and prepares you for a deep sleep.
Spider plant is renowned for its health benefits for aiding to remove harmful chemicals from your indoor air. Also, one of the major uniqueness of this houseplant is its ability to absorb carbon monoxide. This is widely used as an insomnia natural medicine, spider plant is used in hospitals too, to relieve the pain of patients, anxiety, lower heart rates and blood pressure. Apart from these, it helps with cold and cough, too, to spare you from those sleepless nights.
Another plant that converts carbon dioxide into oxygen at night is the snake plant. It is widely used for its low-cost and low-maintenance and has been preferred by many insomniac patients. Use this plant for indoor use to purify and cleanse your bedroom air. Apart from night-respiration, this Indoor plant helps filter the air from formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene, and benzene. For each person, 6 to 8 waist high of these house plants should be installed in the bedroom to get optimum results.
Nasa has included Aloe Vera into the category of the oxygen emitting Indoor Plants at night that help you get sounder sleep. Make this as your home interior plant as it helps relieve tension, anxiety and higher levels of oxygen in the air ease your breathing process at night. Aloe Vera is also praised for its immortality and can be easily grown from their roots. To maximize the benefits, spread the plants all around the house (indoors and outdoors) to purify the atmosphere.
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My daughter has recently gotten into indoor plants. You should have seen my house this summer when she was home from college. What I love is that most of the ones on this page were ones she had. That makes me happy!
Oh, this is awesome! Always love to read about more plants that are beneficial! ? some new discoveries here for me ? thanks!
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I never knew aloe vera was an indoor plant . Great article , Some beautiful pics as well . Makes me want to go out and buy them all . If I had a green thumb lol
Unfortunately we don’t ha e thumb?..!!lol..!
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Great pictures, and information!:) I have heard about lavender before. Unfortunately, we can not have a Peace Lily because they are highly toxic to cats. Thank you for the information!:)
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Yeah need to consider our pets choice too! They are most important.
Radif Rahman says
Indoor plants are very much important for me for my indoor decoration. I have few in my house too. Loved the Aloe Vera plant.
Impfessed that you are fond of indoor plants. Great to hear that. Hope this article help you.