There's nothing better than waking up after a good night's sleep! The three most important attributes to consider for healthy sleep are: to prioritise air flow, maintain healthy humidity levels and to have a balanced sleep-wake cycle. That's why we have created a collection of plants with these attributes to help optimise your sleep experience.
I find it a lot easier to switch off with plants to look at. It’s nice to unwind with the plants there and a good book 📚 🌱
Ffion, via Bloombox Club Social
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I add humidity to your home, helping relieve respiratory complaints and issues related to dry air
I absorb toxins such as VOCs and expel clean oxygen into your home, making the air you breathe safer
I am perceptively alive, helping you feel embedded in the greater ecosystem and giving you a sense of perspective
Want to know more about how we break down plant wellness benefits? Read our post about it here.
Plants in your bedroom
When thinking about how to furnish your home with plants we recommend you consider what type of atmosphere you want to create in your home environment, and then choose plants with properties that will foster this atmosphere. The main function of a bedroom is to provide a comfortable and safe place to sleep. For good sleep hygiene we recommend you prioritise air flow, healthy humidity levels and a balanced sleep-wake cycle.
Good sleep hygiene
Plants can help with all these things, and, in the collection above you will find an edit of plants that can help you promote your good sleep hygiene practice. These plants have been chosen for their outstanding ability to purify and/or humidify the air and also plants which share overtly with us their own circadian rhythms. To learn more about the science behind the wellbeing benefits of plants, please visit this page here.