7 houseplants to put in a bedroom to have a better sleep and clean air

Plants and flowers to help you sleep better

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Your environment has a significant effect on the quality of your sleep. You probably know that your bedroom should be dark and quiet and should not be too hot or too cold for you to fall asleep quickly and rest properly.

But did you know that you can make an addition to your bedroom to improve your sleep? Simply by having a plant to make the air fresher and cleaner!

Here are seven plants that will help you breathe better and sleep better!

1. Aloe vera

One of the many health benefits of this plant is to make the air fresher. Aloe vera absorbs carbon dioxide and produces oxygen at night; not all plants can do that! Aloe vera is easy to maintain and easy to grow and looks pretty in any room in the house.


2. The gerbera

Taking care of the gerberas may take longer than for other plants on this list, but if you put it in your bedroom, you will soon realize that the effort is worth it. Gerberas emit oxygen at night, making the air in your room more breathable while adding colour to your home.


3. Mother-in-law's tongue

This plant can remove toxins from the air in your bedroom. Like aloe vera, it absorbs carbon dioxide and emits oxygen at night, making the air more breathable. Keep this plant out of reach of children and pets as it's poisonous if ingested.


4. Lavender

Lavender has been known for a long time as a method of relieving anxiety and promoting better sleep. Its smell can lower your heart rate, your blood pressure and reduce your anxiety level. If you are too busy to take care of the plant, you can use lavender essential oil to help you relax before bedtime.


5. The jasmine

Jasmine is beautiful, but it also helps to sleep well. Breathing in the smell of its flowers can help you relax and reduce anxiety. To sleep better, you can even drink jasmine tea in the evening.


6. The spider plant

The spider plant is safe if you have cats and dogs and it can remove carcinogenic substances from the air. In addition to absorbing harmful substances, it even releases oxygen into the atmosphere at night.


7. The valerian

Valerian extract is used as a sedative. This plant can also have a calming effect when placed in your bedroom. Smelling its flowers can help you fall asleep easier and faster. Make sure your plant gets six hours of sunlight daily.