5 Plants To Put In Your Room That Help You Sleep Better and Achieve a Good Rest

Surely more than once you will have woken up in the middle of the night with a sense of alarm and choking. All this is due most of the time to stress and accumulated anxiety.

Something as simple as controlling those centers of daily concern and building an environment where there is calm, peace and where the environment is purified is something that will help us Sleep Better and better day by day.

To help you improve the quality of the environment in which you are going to spend these important hours, we are going to recommend that you use some of these plants that contribute to the purification of the air, in addition to creating a relaxed and pleasant environment both in sight and to smell
1. Lily of peace
An evocative name for a beautiful plant. The best feature of the peace lily is that it does not need excessive sunlight and allows us to filter toxic substances such as benzene, trichlorethylene, and formaldehyde toxins.
Within the plants to sleep, the lily of peace is very appreciated for contributing to the purification of environments and provide your bedroom with great beauty and elegance.
If you want to have a lily of peace in your room, put it in a warm corner where it does not give much light. You will have to water it with distilled water and enrich its soil with soluble fertilizers.
2. Aloe vera
According to NASA itself, aloe vera is one of the best plants to fall asleep: it has the wonderful property of purifying the environment and enriching it with oxygen.
Do not hesitate to place aloe vera plants in every room of the house. Thanks to them we will get a more restful sleep by achieving a cleaner and purer atmosphere.
Place your aloe vera plant in front of the windows so that it receives maximum sunlight.
3. Lavender
The essential oils of lavender are the most used to obtain adequate rest. Just put a few drops on your pillow to close your eyes peacefully and relax.
Why not have a lavender plant at home then? It will come in handy to facilitate children’s rest and avoid even being disturbed by mosquitoes in summer.
Lavender likes dry and stony soil, so remember to put a gravel bottom in the bottom of the pot and sow your seeds in autumn.
It is a plant that grows a lot, is resistant and decorates the rooms in a very pleasant way creating an environment of calm and calm.
4. Jasmine
There are more than 200 types of jasmine, and it is one of the plants with the most soothing and relaxing effects. Its intoxicating fragrance has a sedative effect that will undoubtedly improve the quality of our sleep.
Jasmine usually grows in the form of a vine, and many species are so fragile that they will appreciate having them growing indoors in pots.
It is one of the best plants to fall asleep for its soothing properties and easy cultivation. You will only need a pot at ground level and plenty of topsoil.
5. The poto
The poto is a well-known plant that almost all of us have had or have at home. Something important to keep in mind is that it is toxic, so it is best to keep it away from small children and pets.

Apart from this warning, it should be noted that it is a very powerful plant: The poto has the property to clean the air of toxic substances such as formaldehyde, present in those paintings of our furniture that day by day they come off.

It does not need excessive care, hence it is so common to see it in most homes: you only need a little sun in the morning and a water once or twice a week.

If you want to purify your leaves when you see them full of dust, clean them with a cloth moistened in milk. They will shine and be healthier.

To conclude, these sleeping plants are easy to find and grow in a pot. They are beautiful and favor a pleasant environment in which, thanks to their natural properties, they allow us to purify the environment even more.

Planet Today

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