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The Power of Bedroom Plants for a Better Night’s Sleep

Your bedroom is where you spend time unwinding and recharging. So, it’s vital to have a cosy, well-decorated space for your comfort and healthy sleeping. A common misconception is that you need to spend hundreds on a major overhaul to assemble the perfect sleeping environment. Resulting in people overlooking the power of bringing nature indoors.

The natural world is full of inexpensive, effective ways to add charm to your personal space. And introducing a plant to your bedroom might be the answer to a good night’s rest.

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One of the main pros of houseplants is that they vastly improve the air. Most of us aren’t aware of our home’s air quality. Often, it will be full of pollutants that negatively affect our health. Mould build-ups, for instance, can make it hard to fall asleep and cause extreme daytime drowsiness.

Plants help by tackling the impurities and correcting the balance. Leaving you with air that is fresher, safer, and healthier to breathe. I’d especially recommend investing in a plant if you own a pet. They tend to bring in outside irritants that can cause havoc with your sleep. 

Plants can also visually transform your bedroom into a haven of tranquillity. The colours are proven to positively affect sleep cycles and emotional well-being. Many even radiate soothing scents.

The impact of fragrance and its’ ability to harmonise the health of body, mind, and spirit is nothing ground-breaking. Aromatherapy can be traced back more than three thousand years before Christ. There are a bunch of fragrant plants with mood-boosting properties to choose from. All of which will increase your chances of waking up feeling refreshed after a restful night’s shuteye.

The Best Sleep-inducing Plants and How to Keep them Healthy

Before deciding which plant to put in your bedroom, we would advise considering any allergies, which ones are safe for homes with pets or children, and how much time you are willing to care for your chosen plant. 

It can be confusing deciding which plant is best suited to you. But, it’s important to remember that any greenery is better than no greenery. All plants will make your home feel more inviting and have positive well-being effects. However, opting for green leaves and relaxing scents are the best bet for a better night’s sleep. A few varieties may specifically suit your sleeping needs.

If you’re struggling with insomnia, stress, anxiety, or depression, lavender could be an excellent choice. Its violet flowers will add a pop of colour to your sleep space, and its aromatic foliage will calm your nights. This easy-to-grow shrub flourishes in warm, dry conditions, so position it in a sunny spot. A windowsill is perfect! 

For those of you with a dim room and little-to-no natural light, Mother-in-Law’s Tongue is a great alternative due to its capability to withstand more trying conditions. It’s super-low-maintenance and doesn’t need to be watered frequently, so it’ll thrive in an unused, dark corner. It’ll also pump a load of oxygen into your bedroom.

If you find it hard to breathe at night, struggle with dry skin, and have a susceptibility to colds and respiratory infections, it could be that the air you’re inhaling is too dry. A peace lily might be a fantastic option for you, as it would increase your bedroom’s humidity, causing sleep to be more comfortable.

We suggest placing this plant right next to your bed to reap its benefits entirely. It doesn’t require much watering or light, so you don’t have to worry too much about its resources.

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