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5 Beautiful Bedroom Plants to Help You Sleep Better at Night

We all want a good night’s rest. In fact, it’s the key to helping you to have a better day. When we don’t get enough sleep we can be grouchy and irritable. Which is never fun for the rest of our families. Bedroom plants help create a calming space for us, which allows us to relax more and to breathe more oxygen. This will help us to sleep better at night. Here are 5 beautiful bedroom plants to help you sleep better at night.

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Bedroom Plants to Help you Sleep Better at Night

Lavender

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Lavender essential oil is one of the top recommended to reduce anxiety and stress, and promote a deeper sleep. Some studies have shown that lavender actually decreases crying in babies which helps them sleep better and reduces stress in both the baby their mothers. There are so many lavender products to help people reduce stress and get a better night’s sleep. These range from creams, lotions, masks, oils, and even mattresses. The problem is that these products can get expensive quickly. So save some money by getting the real thing! Your lavender plant will add beauty to your room and give you a great sleep. 

Aloe Vera

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Aloe Vera improves air quality. In fact, it’s one of NASA’s topmost air-improving indoor plants. How cool is that? Aloe Vera produces so much oxygen that it cleans the air around it and helps you breathe cleaner air. This will help you have a deeper sleep. It’s also really easy to take care of. It doesn’t need frequent watering and even an indoor plant beginner will be able to keep this plant alive. The gel inside the Aloe Vera plant is also a great topical treatment for burns, acne, and other skin problems. 

Peace Lily

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The Peace Lily removes multiple toxins from the air. This includes benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde. The great thing about the Peace Lily is that it increases humidity in your room. During the Winter a lot of people need a humidifier because the cold air is so dry. Having this plant in your room will increase its humidity so that you won’t get a scratchy throat, dry eyes, or a dry nose. This will help you to sleep better because your body will be able to get the moisture that it needs throughout the Winter. 

Jasmine

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Jasmine has also been shown to decrease stress levels and anxiety. This, in turn, will help you get a better quality of sleep. Getting better sleep means that you’ll have a better day and be more productive as well. The scent is amazing and will help calm you whenever you feel like you need a time-out from the world. Your room can become a haven. The blossoms on a jasmine plant can be either white or pink and are very beautiful to look at it, adding beauty to any space. You’ll love the quality of sleep you get breathing in subtle flowery perfume all night long. 

English Ivy

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English Ivy is another top-ranked air purifying plant. This easy to take care of plant does wonders for the air in your home. It removes harmful toxins that can make us sick. It’s also been shown to help people with allergies or asthma because it improves air quality. To get a good night’s sleep, people with allergies and asthma need to be able to breathe better and that’s exactly what this plant does. Be careful though, this plant is toxic to children and pets. Keep it out of reach! 

Summing Up

There are so many amazing indoor plants out there. However, these bedroom plants are sure to add beauty and clean air to your room. You’ll be able to get a better night’s rest with cleaner air and subtle fragrances. Bedroom plants reduce anxiety and stress and increase your productivity during the day because you’ll get a better night’s sleep. Try one of these bedroom plants and see what they can do for you. 

Denali Gillen

I am a farmer’s wife living a farmer’s life. I love having wide open spaces and plenty of space to raise a family. Making the most out of outdoor spaces is something I never get tired of!

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