Houseplants to the Rescue

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To help you get a restful night’s sleep… a nice, green plant in the bedroom couldn’t hurt, could it?


There are a number of benefits that come with keeping houseplants. Certain indoor plants have been shown to naturally humidify the air and filter the toxins in it. Additionally, having plants around can lead to lowered blood pressure and stress. In fact, just being near plants has been proven to increase overall happiness!

One lesser-known benefit of indoor plants is their ability to promote a more restful night’s sleep. Sleep plays a major role in our overall mental and physical health, but millions of us still struggle with getting enough of it. Luckily, adding a plant to your bedroom is a natural way to improve your sleep—and spruce up your space!

Several houseplants have sleep-improving qualities, like jasmine, which reduces sleep movement and increases next-day energy. In fact, some indoor plants can be used to alleviate certain causes of sleeplessness, like lavender, which reduces anxiety, or the passion flower, which is used to treat insomnia.

To learn more about the sleep-improving powers of plants, check out Dromma’s infographic outlining the 15 best indoor plants for sleep, and put one in your bedroom tonight to naturally promote rest.

Soothing Bedroom PlantsInfographic courtesy of