If you find yourself tossing and turning all night, you might want to consider placing some flora and fauna in your home and bedroom.
Aside from serving as the perfect accent piece to beautify any living space, plants can also help to relief eye strain. These plants don’t just look good, they do good too, doubling as natural air purifiers, improving the air quality by absorbing and filtering out toxic agents from our indoor air. A research done by NASA found that houseplants were able to provide space stations with purer and cleaner air.
In addition to improving air quality, having plants in your home can reduce stress levels which in turn helps you to sleep better. Here are seven easily available NASA-approved houseplants that will help you to destress and spruce up the air quality in your home.
A version of this article originally appeared on www.herworldplus.com.