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Making home a better place to live is possible through interior designing; however, staying healthy is what people look for, nowadays. Rising air pollution is reason why people are suffering from air-borne disease and to cope with it one should try to stay in a healthy environment. Today, we have listed some plants that can help you to stay healthy and sleep better at home.
Here is the list of 5 plants that will make your sleep healthy and comfortable.
The bushy and trailing plant with delicate white and pink flowers has a soothing effect on your body. It helps in reducing the anxiety levels in a person and brings in a lot of energy. The refreshing scent contributes to increase alertness during the day.
The scent of lavender leaves a mark on the mind. It has been proved to lower heart rates, blood pressure and stress levels. According to a study, the smell of lavender reduced crying in babies and sending them to a deeper sleep. It is on its best when it comes to inducing sleep and reducing anxiety levels.
Snake plant is also known as ‘Mother in law’s tongue’ is one of the best house filtering plants according to NASA. It thrives off carbon dioxide at night and turns into oxygen. It also cleans airborne disease formaldehyde and benzene.
The plant is also known as a ‘succulent’ as it needs very little watering and maintains moisture within its leaves. The medicinal plant can be used to treat minor cuts and burns, insect bites and dry skins. Make sure that it is kept in the sunlight like window side as it needs sunlight.
Peace Lilly is also amazing air purifier and it also helps in increasing room humidity by 5% which is good for breathing while asleep. The advantage of this plant is that it needs little light and watering, once a week.
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