The 12 BEST Plants For Your Bedroom to Immediately Improve Sleep Quality And Cure Insomnia


A lot of people suffer from insomnia and difficulty staying asleep, causing them to be sleep-deprived. 



Sleep deprivation can have a huge impact on our mood, quality of life, productivity and energy. You can get a good nights rest when you put more flowers and plants in your home. 

Plants help to bring an aesthetic charm to your surroundings, while providing sleep-promoting effects. There are studies that found that time out in nature was beneficial to maintaining a healthy sleeping routine. 





Insomnia is mainly caused by anxiety and stress, so when you have less plants in your home, you don’t get the benefits.

Since nature helps to reduce stress, why don’t we take it home. With air pollution, mold and odors, it’s no wonder people don’t get enough rest. There is hope, as NASA conducted a study on plants that have air purification benefits while you are resting.


Here's a list of 12 sleep-boosting plants:


1. Jasmine

Jasmine works to lower anxiety and soothe the mind from worry and stress. It will help you find the rest you need to ensure you are at your best. Having a good nights rest will make you productive and awake. 

2. Lavender

Research claims that lavender works well to get people to fall asleep and lowers anxiety. Its aroma works to lower blood pressure, slow down the heart rate, and lower stress levels. There was one study where babies would stop crying, and fall asleep to the scent of lavender.

Its effects on women are positive as it helps to increase light sleep, and decrease REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, and the amount of time to wake up after falling asleep. Men experienced the opposite effects. You can get lavender products at the market, but a natural lavender plant will give you the best reward. 

3. Snake Plant (Mother-in-Law’s Tongue)

This plant improves the air quality indoors and isn’t hard to maintain at all. It radiates oxygen during the night and gives off carbon dioxide at the same time. This will help you sleep better and even breathe in cleaner air. The snake plant works to clean the air of formaldehyde, trichloroethylene and benzene.

4. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera, like the snake plant, can give off oxygen during the night hours making you sleep easily. Easy to maintain and grow, it can deal with neglect and only needs a little bit of water. The Egyptians would call it the ‘plant of immortality’ as it can easily reproduce. Be sure to keep this plant in the sunlight, like on your windowsill. Aloe vera also produces a topical gel that can work to treat burns and minor cuts, dry skin, insect bites etc.

5. Gardenia

Gardenias are found to improve sleep quality with its sweet aroma. 
Many studies have discovered that having one in your room may help you achieve better sleep, with claims that it may be as effective as Valium in reducing anxiety and increasing sleep. Gardenias require lots of tender care in order to keep their delicate flowers. Indoor gardenias should be kept in a room in a lighted area, but not in sunlight. But if you suffer with insomnia or anxiety, investing a little time in one of these beautiful blooms could be a cheap and healthier solution to taking pills!

6. Spider Plant

The spider plant was found to have the ability to eliminate up to 90 percent of formaldehyde from the air. These plants are great to have as formaldehyde is in our fillers, adhesives, and grout. They also work to neutralize odors and keep oxygen levels balanced, while giving you sleeping benefits. 

7. Valerian

In the 16th century, the blossoms were outlined as a perfume, while the root was used in teas or tinctures in old times. Roman philosopher and physician would prescribe it to his patients who suffered from insomnia. Research has proven Galen correct in his prescribing of valerian root. All you need to do is breathe in its aroma and you will fall asleep in no time. Place this plant on a window sill and give it sun for 6 hours a day. 

8. English Ivy

This plant is easy to grow and needs a moderate amount of sunlight exposure. English ivy has been found to receive allergy and asthma symptoms that tend to complicate falling asleep. In 2005, an experiment was conducted by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, where they reported that English ivy eliminated 94 percent of airborne feces and 78 percent of mold in the air within 12 hours. 

9. Peace Lily

The peace lily helps to eliminate benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde from the air. Its moisture can raise humidity levels by up to 5%. It helps to weaken airborne microbes that spread allergies, and works to alleviate dry throats and noses. Be sure to keep this ina shaded area away from pets and kids. Water it weekly and you will be given many sleep benefits. 

10. Bamboo Palm

Bamboo Palm or Reed Palm, can be used to purify air molecules in the room. These plants work to eliminate toxins from the air and neutralize odors. It will provide you with a good nights sleep and fresh air for the night. It will deliver you a tropical feeling by making it warm in your room. It’s easy to maintain but will need moist soil, and placed in a slightly shaded area. 

11. Gerber Daisies

This plant is aesthetically pleasing and would boost the color in your room. It helps to emit oxygen during the night, making you breathe a lot easier. These daisies will help with sleep apnea and allergies. This plant will need close attention and need to be watered just right as it can be susceptible to fungi. 

12. Golden Pothos

NASA states that Golden Pothos is another plant that ensures cleaner air quality. This vine like plant won’t need too much care and needs a little sun in the morning and a little bit of water once a week. You can hang this plant and it will prevent it from being infested an damaged by kids and pets. 


WHEN ADDING PLANTS TO YOUR HOME:


Always check if they are toxic to children and animals to ensure they are suitable for your family.

Remember to wipe the leaves every week or so to ensure the plants can effectively do their job – just look at it as the equivalent of changing the filter in your air purifier!

Choose a good mix of those that purify the air and those that induce sleep through their scent for optimum results.

NASA recommends between 15 and 18 air-purifying plants in an 1800 square foot home, with a few of these in each bedroom.






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