Purify Air, Remove Mold and BOOST Oxygen Supply with These 5 Insomnia-Curing Plants

Do you feel fatigued and disoriented? Are your thoughts distant and foggy? Do your eyelids tend to droop and shiver? Ultimately, is coffee your best ally in dealing with the aforementioned issues?

If ‘yes’ is the answer to most of the questions above, most likely you are part of the 60 percent Canadian adults who report feeling tired all the time. It is also very likely that you are looking for a way to address this issue and solve it once for all.

The good news is that there is an easy way to win this battle! All you have to do is to place a certain plant near your bed and enjoy a peaceful night.

Benefits of Household Plants:
  • Boosted mood
  • Cold/illness prevention
  • Improved brain function
  • Improved sleep
  • Reduced stress
  • Less anxiety
  • Cleaner air
  • Headache relief

Indoor plants are effective in removing toxins from the environment and given that most people spend a lot of time indoors, keeping indoor plants is vital for both physical and mental health. Read on to learn more about the best plants you can keep at home.

  • Snake Plant

Snake plant helps treat respiratory issues, eye irritations, and headaches. It is easy to maintain and looks great as a decorative element in the house.

  • English Ivy Plant

This plant is even listed by NASA as the most potent air-cleansing plant. It is a ‘must-have’ plant since it has the ability to reduce airborne mold by 94 percent. This is particularly important for people suffering from breathing problems, such as allergies and asthma.

  • Lavender Plant

When used as an essential oil, this plant provides numerous health benefits and is widely used for its sweet smell. When used as a plant, it provides relaxing properties, which makes it beneficial for people who have troubles sleeping and restless babies.

  • Jasmine Plant

Jasmine plant improves sleep quality and boosts productivity and alertness the next morning. This potent plant is beneficial for self-motivators and early risers.

  • Aloe Vera Plant

Aloe Vera has been long used as medicine, which doesn’t come as a surprise if we take into consideration its wide plethora of health benefit.  Among other benefits, it improves sleep quality and reduces anxiety and stress by emitting oxygen at night.



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