Do you have trouble sleeping at night? You’re not alone!
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention stated that insufficient sleep is a public health problem and have spent thousands of dollars and hours trying to figure out the solution.
If you’ve tried medication, relaxation techniques, a better mattress, banana tea and other remedies, but are still tossing and turning through the night, this article is for you!
We all know that spending time out in Mother Nature has numerous health benefits. Is it possible that bringing a little bit of Mother Nature INDOORS could help you get better sleep at night?
There are a lot of benefits to bringing plants into your house, including:
- Better air quality
- Reduced stress
- Less anxiety
- Better smell
- Headache relief
- Boosted mood
- Cold/illness prevention
- Improved brain function
- IMPROVED SLEEP
NASA recently did an entire study on the ability of plants that have a calming and cleansing effect on the environment. Here are the top 5 that we think are most effective for helping you get better sleep and improving the vibe of your bedroom.
#1 Aloe Vera Plant
Aloe vera is an excellent indoor plant, because it has a host of benefits AND is easy to keep alive! Aloe vera was listed as one of NASA’s top air-improving plants and has been shown to emit oxygen at night. Increased oxygen supply at night may help with insomnia and improve overall quality of sleep.
Aloe vera is also known as the ‘plant of immortality’ and can be reproduced easily. Spread this popular medicinal plant all over you house for maximum benefits!
#2 Lavender Plant
You may have used lavender essential oil, but have you ever tried growing your own lavender plant? Lavender, in all its forms, has been shown to help reduce anxiety and stress, slow heart rate, improve sleep and may even help reduce crying in babies!
#3 Jasmine Plant
Jasmine is an exotic plant that’s smell has been shown to help improve the quality of sleep AS WELL AS alertness and productivity the next day! Just smelling this plant may help to reduce anxiety and stress.
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