Adding greenery in your indoor or outdoor space is good. It will enhance the quality of life. Greenery give an assist in breathing, improve the indoor air quality and also deter the illness. But do you know that some of greenery is can also help you to get better sleep at night?
The smell of jasmine can reduce anxiety levels, which can lead to greater quality of sleep.
2. Snake Plant
Snake plants create an oxygenated sleeping environment and an oxygenated environment has a long list of benefits, including the potential for reduced eye irritation, headaches, and respiratory problems.
3. Chinese Evergreen
Chinese evergreen, a flowering tropical plant is aces at filtering air. And it’s an ideal choice for darker bedrooms, since it thrives in low light.
4. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera emits oxygen at night just like the snake plant.
5. Spider Plant
Spider plants remove about 90 percent of formaldehyde (commonly found in household adhesives and grouts) from the air, in addition to odors and fumes.
6. English Ivy
According to research from the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, the climbing vine English Ivy removes airborne mold.
7. Rubber Plant
Rubber plants are the definition of win-win for your bedside needs. It is removing the formaldehyde and plus it thrives in low light.
8. Golden Pothos
Golden photos is one of the easiest plants to grow and another NASA-approved choice for air purification.
9. Bamboo Palm
This delightful bamboo palm removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene from your air — that’s some serious impact for such a stunning addition.