Plants are awesome and we all love them, right? It has been said that trees and plants are the lungs of the earth. Through a process called photosynthesis, the plants produce oxygen – without which we would only have minutes to live. And if that doesn’t get your attention, houseplants improve the quality of the air in our homes and offices by filtering out chemical toxins, bio effluents [released when we breathe], airborne microbes [such as mold spores], and they offset low humidity by adding much needed moisture to the air.
How this works – well, together these factors affect the quality of the air that we breathe in our living and work areas. But, ladies and gentlemen, did you know that there are plants which can release oxygen even at night time? Well yes, and this means that you should definitely get one of these plants in your bedroom. Most plants largely uptake carbon dioxide and release oxygen during the day (photosynthesis) and uptake oxygen and release carbon dioxide during the night (respiration). Some plants can uptake carbon dioxide during the night as well because of their ability to perform a type of photosynthesis called Crassulacean Acid Metabolism (CAM).
We all know that many people suffer from sleep deficiency and have sleeping problems every day. These sleeping problems can cause some bad side effects for them in some time. If you suffer from sleeping problem, then you’ve tried different solutions as well, such as: better mattress, sleeping teas and other natural remedies, medications or relaxation techniques. But, if you haven’t found the best solution, then you are in the right place. In this post we are going to show you the best way to improve your sleep, in all natural way. As we said, in this article we will discuss the benefits and the need for quality plants in our bedrooms where we spend a good amount of time each day.