If you suffer from lack of sleep, deal with stress and anxiety daily, you are not alone. You have looked for relief at your local pharmacy, but many of these drugs leave you feeling out-of-focus during the day and still leave you without the right solution.
What you might not realize, nature has the best solutions for sleeplessness, anxiety, and stress. Natural solutions are not only safe to help you cope with your issues but, unlike drugs, are not addictive.
We all know about over-the-counter natural remedies, what you might not know, plants are one of the very best solutions to help you feel more relaxed, help you sleep soundly, and give you the energy you need to carry on during the day. Placing plants in your bedroom will provide everything you need to unload your unwanted issues.
Here are some of the very best plants you should place in your bedroom and discover their excellent healing properties:
Lavender has long been one of the must-have plants for relieving stress and allowing for a perfect night’s sleep. Based on a finding in 2013, the Complementary and Alternative Medicine said lavender has shown to reduce stress, help people relax, and leave behind a sense of well-being. A study was taken with 15 healthy students, 64 patients suffering from heart disease, and 34 middle-aged women with insomnia showed excellent results.
Jasmine is a shrub or vine in the olive family Oleaceae. It has shown to relieve anxiety and improve mood and attitudes in people when they get up in the morning. It’s well worth your time considering this plant for your bedroom.
Aloe Vera is a succulent plant and an evergreen perennial. This plant has been used for medicinal purposes for a very long time. Studies have shown it provides relaxation for calming your body down.
When the flower’s roots and rhizome are dried out, it’s been used as a supplement. Studies have shown that when inhaled, this plant will help people who have insomnia to go to sleep. When inhaled, people sleep longer and have a better night’s rest.
This lovely flowering plant is in the coffee family, Rubiaceae. It’s native to tropical areas including the Pacific Islands, Asia, Madagascar, and Africa. Studies have shown this plant is an excellent alternative to sleeping pills and is also a beautiful plant for your bedroom with its glossy dark green leaves and beautiful white flowers.
This plant is known for absorbing many airborne toxins, including formaldehyde. This is a beautiful climbing plant that will thrive in environments that have low light and low temperatures. If you want clean air while sleeping and create an atmosphere for a lovely climbing plant, you should bring in English Ivy.
The Peace Lily:
The Peace Lily is a tropical evergreen plant that grows on the ground of forests. This plant thrives in spotted sunlight and moist conditions. The Peace Lily is an excellent choice for your bedroom and is known to remove toxins from the air for a cleaner environment. As long as they have good moisture, this plant thrives in shade and semi-shade.
The Snake Plant:
This plant will grow very well both inside and outside. Japanese research was performed and found this plant will absorb many hazardous chemicals, leaving the surrounding area cleaner. At night, the flower releases oxygen which will improve your quality of sleep. It’s known to remove many hazardous toxins, including formaldehyde, toluene, benzene, and as-xylene.
This plant is in the Araceae family and is an evergreen. It’s often known as Devil’s Ivy or Money Plant and is a robust indoor plant. It’s another plant that is excellent for purifying your air quality, removing the toxins formaldehyde and monoxide. An air study performed by NASA has found that this plant is one of the leading air-purifying plants.
This daisy is in the Asteraceae family and is popularly grown for its bright flowers that range from yellow to salmon, orange to pink, and white. They grow in various sizes from 2 to 5-inches across. The plant emits oxygen during the night, allowing you to enjoy a better night’s sleep and improve your overall breathing. This plant does require a lot of attention and therefore is probably better suited for people with green thumbs.