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Tuesday, February 7, 2017


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Unfortunately, approximately millions of American citizens suffer from sleep disorders like apnea or insomnia. Being unable to fall asleep or being unable to breathe while sleeping is not easy to cope with. Moreover, the conventional therapies are not efficient.

Insomnia is the inability to obtain sufficient sleep, having difficulty falling or staying asleep, and sleeplessness. Insomnia can be a consequence of various psychiatric and medical conditions, unhealthy sleep habits, excessive use of certain substances, and biological factors. According to a recent research, insomnia is viewed as the inability of the brain to stop being awake. More than 60 million of Americans suffer from this problem.

plants for insomnia or sleep apnea
Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder in which a person’s breathing is paused several times while sleeping. When the breathing becomes shallow or pauses, the person moves from deep sleep into light. As a result, the quality of sleep reduces and makes the person feel tired during the day.

The bad side of the medications aimed to treat these problems is that their side effects are extremely negative and life-threatening. For example, burning, changes in appetite, tingling sensations, drowsiness, mental slowness, problems with attention and memory. Therefore, it’s a far safer option to try to improve these two conditions with the help of more natural remedies. One such option is having some of this indoor plants to help you fall asleep in no time!

Aloe Vera- During the night, the aloe Vera plant will provide a ton of oxygen, which will help insomnia and provide the needed peace to fall asleep.

Snake plant- an excellent plant for your bedroom because it converts CO2 into oxygen at night. It also filters formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, benzene, and trichloroethylene that come from the air. For optimal results, place 6 to 8 waist-high plants per person.

Lavender– lavender plant is known to increase light sleep in women and it’s also known to reduce rapid eye movement-a stage of deep sleep.

Jasmine- jasmine is a wonderful plant that sooths both the body and mind. According to research, the positive effects of quality sleep increases the alertness and productivity during the day.

Rosemary– it has been proven as extremely efficient at improving the memory and the overall quality of the air in a room.

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