You must have heard many a times that greenery calms your mind. What you might not have heard is that some plants actually aid in sleeping. Among these plants, you will find there are some that help with air purification, some with odours, while some help you calm down. On the flip side, some these plants might not be suited for your home if you have children or pets at home. For example, the English Ivy is an excellent facilitator of sleep, but it is also poisonous. On the other hand, there are plants that need a lot of care to survive indoors. It is better to have a mix of plants with different uses to benefit the most from them. So we did the homework for you and made a compact list of plants which will do good to your sleep without much care or side-effects.
What’s more, it acts as an indicator of toxins in the room. When the level of harmful chemicals goes high, the leaves of this plant start developing brown spots alarming you of the situation.
Requiring practically no maintenance at all, aloe vera is a resilient plant that can cope with missed waterings. It also reproduces easily so you just need to buy one plant and soon you’ll have babies for the other rooms of your house as well. Only, it needs direct sunlight so keep it close to the window.
Having a jasmine plant will ensure that you go to sleep quicker, have a restful sleep, and wake up refreshed. This further results in higher alertness and productivity through the day.
This plant requires minimal care – simply place it in a well-lit room and keep the soil moist at all times. Also provide for support as it is a vigorous climber. That said, these lush vines enhance the beauty of your bedroom manifold.