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Did you know that putting certain plants in your bedroom can help to improve your sleep quality? It’s true! The presence of plants reduces stress, anxiety and helps with the removal of airborne pollutants. Not only do they look great and bring vitality and life to your living spaces, but they can have fantastic relaxing and purifying benefits – which in turn can promote a healthy sleeping pattern. Probably you are worried that bedroom plants can be harmful at night as they emit carbon dioxide and absorb oxygen. However, research suggests that the carbon dioxide released by plants is too less to be harmful to humans and the oxygen they absorb is pretty minuscule.

Snake Plants

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This plant, also known as ‘Mother-in-Law’s Tongue’, is a natural air purifier. They emit oxygen at night, improving the air around you so that you sleep better. They are also known to remove some harmful chemicals.

Aloe Vera

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Easy to keep and aesthetically pleasing in any home, the aloe vera plant has been named as one of the best plants for air purification by NASA.

Peace Lily

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This beautiful plant can absorbs mold spores through its leaves and circulates them its roots to use as food.

Spider Plants

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This houseplant grows super quickly and can remove up to 90% of the toxins from the air in your bedroom in just two days. It’s especially great for people with dust allergies.

English Ivy

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This evergreen vine looks great in an indoor hanging basket, or placed on a ledge where the leaves can trail down. English Ivy is also a poisonous plant and so take care to keep the plant out of the reach of kids and pets who may be attracted to the leaves and berries.

Boston Fern

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Boston Fern are not as easy as the other plants; this one requires a bit more attention. This plant needs to be placed in a spot with indirect sunlight.

Areca Palm

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This plant is hardy, drought-tolerant and long-lived and it’s brilliant at removing indoor air pollutants. It is non-toxic for your pets and create an instant tropical vibe to your bedroom transporting you to lush jungles while you dream away.

Golden Pothos

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This popular hanging plant with marbled green and yellow or green and white heart-shaped leaves is one of the most popular types of houseplants because it removes the toxins from air. This trailing plant is a favorite because it easy to maintain.

 

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