Plants in the bedroom … that will sound familiar if you are a plantlover. But do you also have plants in the bedroom? It turns out that plants are hardly placed in the bedroom. We are happy to explain how valuable it can be on the basis of facts, photos and videos.
Why plants are needed in the bedroom
We already know that plants are good for us. So much the better that you put plants in a place where you spend, on average, a third of the day. Plants provide extra oxygen, even if they use oxygen at night. Plants ensure an increase in the humidity level. Due to a slightly higher moisture content, there is less chance of respiratory infections or irritations of the respiratory tract.
Daily workload, stress and planning create a lot of tension during the day. Plants have the ability to reduce stress and have a relaxing effect. They can therefore ensure a better night’s sleep. So bring nature to your bedroom to be able to relax and fall asleep well.
In another study you can read that houseplants calm down. Too little is known that plants have a positive effect on health, sleep and air quality. The benefits of plants in your living environment follow to convey this message:
– Better air quality
– Less stress
– Better odor
– Positive influence on headache
– Preventing a cold
– Better brain functions
These facts are definitely worth trying.
In the video below, plant expert Mama Botanica shows which plants she has in her bedroom. There are many options for your bedroom when it comes to plants and pots. She shows it all!
Use the hashtag #plantsinyourbedroom so we can follow you in this green adventure.