The bedroom is a sacred place. Most people use it as a multipurpose room. It doubles as a dining room, office, lounge, play room, dressing area, and an overall receptacle for all of your stuff. However, a huge part of establishing and maintaining good sleep hygiene is by creating a peaceful place for relaxation and sleep. You can start by simply decluttering your space and limiting the activities you engage in—in this space eat at the dinner table, work in your office or other designated space, lounge on the couch, etc.
Another thing that can significantly enhance and alter the overall ambiance and serenity of your sacred sleep space is the addition of plants. Studies show that there exists a number of plants that have sedative properties and create a sense of calm just by having them near you.
Here are five plants you should have in your bedroom to produce a better night’s sleep: Read more