Although domestic plants are mainly used as a decorative element that in some ways brings freshness into the home, they can have many other useful uses.
One of the ways that you can contribute to a high-quality sleep at night is the cultivation of certain home-grown plants with a calming effect that will help the body relax after a hard day and it is much easier to fall asleep. They can also dramatically improve your health.
It is best to keep these plants in the bedroom or in some bright place from where they will get enough light and heat.
These are the 6 house plants to grow in your bedroom
1. Araka palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens)
This plant purifies the air and removes toxins along with carbon dioxide. It also emits a certain amount of humidity in the air, making it particularly useful during the winter months when heating systems significantly dry the air.
2. Aloe Vera
One of the most effective plants when it comes to cleaning the air from potential hazardous chemicals, such as formaldehyde. Overnight, oxygen is released, a characteristic that is unusual for most of the plants. Also, the humidity that releases it has a positive effect on human immunity.
3. Benjamin (Ficus
Benjamin is at the top of the list of plants that purify the air. It removes more than 70% of benzene, ammonia, toluene and other harmful impurities from the air that can be omitted from synthetic items of low quality such as linoleum and chipboard.
It helps in destroying existing microbes and thus improves the overall quality of your sleep, but will look good in your bedroom, among other things.
4. Sansevieria (Sansevieria trifasciata)
This plant is good for your respiratory and immune system. It significantly helps to reduce headaches and reduce high blood pressure. Similar to aloe, it also releases oxygen at night, absorbing harmful carbon dioxide.
5. Boston fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)
This plant is rich in essential oils, flavonoids,
Plant with gorgeous flowers. Produces enough oxygen at night and cleans the air from toluene.