You have always heard that it is better not to have plants in the bedroom why are they bad for your health? Don't worry, it's just a popular belief.
If it is true that during the night the plants consume oxygen and release carbon dioxide, it is also true that the quantity released in the air is too small to be considered harmful to humans.
Some studies conducted by NASA have even revealed that some plants, placed in the bedroom, help to sleep better, fight stress is purify the air. In addition to their properties, even the simple fact of being in contact with nature helps improve mood.
Some plants are perfect for decorating the bedroom and at the same time improving our lives. First, it is best to avoid overly scented ones, which could disturb your sleep or cause nausea.
Plants in the bedroom: here's what to prefer
Let's see then which are the 7 best plants for the bedroom and what their properties are.
In addition to enacting oxygen during night hours, aloe helps mitigate pollution for interiors, eliminating traces of formaldehyde and ammonia. Looking at the plant, the appearance of brown spots on its leaves could reveal the contamination of the environment.
With its color and delicate fragrance, lavender is one of the best relaxing plants to put in the bedroom. It is capable of indeed reduce stress, insomnia is anxiety.
Sanseveria, also called mother-in-law tongue or snake plant, is an excellent plant for the home, as it would be able to fight the'electrosmog of electronic devices. Moreover, it gives off oxygen at night and absorbs water vapor.
This plant is perfect for i smoking: the dracena marginata is able to capture ed eliminate smoke particles of cigarettes, helping to purify the air.
Ivy can especially help those who suffer from asthma or allergies: it succeeds in purifying the air, absorbing above all large quantities of formaldehyde and eliminating mold.
Even the scent of jasmine in the bedroom is good for health, favoring the Relax and improving the quality of sleep.
More serene nights thanks to the spatafillo, which manages to eliminate harmful substances, such as formaldehyde, ammonia, benzene and methanol.
Look at all the bedroom plants in the gallery at the top to choose your favorite!