8 Plants to Keep in Your Bedroom for Better Sleep and Better Morning

House plants filter air and oxygenate your home, they also add much needed colour and life to your abode.

Choosing the right plants for your bedroom can be a fantastic way to help give you a relaxing night of sleep too.

There is a big range to choose from out there, many of these species are often neglected so we are hoping this article will help bring them back into people’s homes and bedrooms.


Below are 8 plants listed that can improve the feel of your bedroom and improve your quality of sleep, making sure you really do get better sleep.

The Wheeling Jesuit University conducted a study that has proven the efficacy of jasmine as a natural sleeping aid. Positive effects include the quality of sleep one gets, decreasing anxiety and improved mood upon wakening. Jasmine plant can also bolster the features of your bedroom, with its sweeping vines and collectives of tiny trumpet-shaped flowers. Jasminum Polyanthum in particular, does not always blossom but is very easy to look after compared to other houseplants, plus it smells fantastic.

1. Jasmine

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Jasmine – RobertWallace

Jasmine plant can also bolster the features of your bedroom, with its sweeping vines and collectives of tiny trumpet-shaped flowers. Jasminum Polyanthum in particular, does not always blossom but is very easy to look after compared to other houseplants, plus it smells fantastic.

2. Lavender

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Lavender – James

Lavender is one of man’s common natural remedies for many things, it is used as a fragrance for soaps, scented clothes and shampoos. It is also a great cleaning agent but the powers do not stop there, lavender plant can actually help treat insomnia and anxiety. Researchers recognise that inhaling its scent can unleash soothing, sedating effects when we breathe in the fragrance from lavender plants.

Stay Healthy – Healthyss Team!

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