Are plants OK in the bedroom? Bedroom plants can boost your mood, improve your sleep, reduce your stress levels, increasing humidity, and naturally filter your air pollutants.
Are you planning to be a plant parent and need options that are also good for your health? Here are five plants that are good for your bedroom:
1. Lavender Plant
Can you put a lavender plant in the bedroom? Yes, this flower is one of the best plants to cultivate indoors to boost better sleep and purify your room’s air. It also smells exceptionally divine.
2. Spider Plant
The spider plant is perfect for removing airborne toxins and protecting your nostrils and lungs from inhalation of toxic substances floating in the air, specifically formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. Formaldehyde is colorless but a poisonous gas found in several household items, including fabrics and paper products.
3. English Ivy Plant
It improves the respiratory system and helps those with breathing problems such as asthma, COPD, and bronchitis to breathe well. English Ivy relaxes the airways naturally, thereby reduces the frequency and amount of cough/sneeze.
4. Aloe Vera Plant
The aloe plant improves air quality by producing extra oxygen at night. It is also a great medicinal plant to have in the house. It is versatile and can be used for several health issues, including frostbite, sunburn, burns, psoriasis, and cold sores.
5. Boston Fern.
Boston Fern is a natural humidifier and air purifier for the home. It restores moisture and prevents/improves dry skin by keeping the skin moisturized.
Plants are great ways to add beauty to your living space and improve your health at the same time. They are very affordable and can be used as decor.