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For many of us, this may sound like a crazy idea of bringing indoor plants and greenery into their homes. However, giving a new look to an empty room with an indoor plant is a great and healthy idea. Indoor plants absorb toxic carbon dioxide, increase fresh oxygen flow, and enhance our overall well-being every day. The filtering properties of indoor plants come with significant health benefits to provide a healthier and happier living and working environment. Many studies, including the NASA clean air study claim that these plants are great for purifying formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and benzene from the air.
Besides this, indoor plants also help to:
Boost your mood, productivity, concentration, and creativity
Reduce your stress, fatigue, sore throats, and colds
Help you recover from illness and post-surgery faster
Improve your sleep
Here are some easy-to-plant indoor plants to enhance the beauty of your home or workspace:
Snake Plant : The snake plant is a natural air purifier. It is a low maintained indoor plant. You can keep it in your bedroom as it emits oxygen at night that helps you sleep better. It's also known to remove some harmful chemicals from the air such as xylene, trichloroethylene, toluene, benzene and formaldehyde
Areca Palm: This plant is a little bigger than others. It is 3 to 8 feet in height. Areca Palm plants help in absorbing indoor air pollutants like Acetone, Xylene, Toluene and Formaldehyde which emits from petroleum products, paints and wooden furniture.
Croton Petra: The croton is an easy-to-grow house plant known for its variegated foliage covered in green, scarlet, orange, and yellow splotches. They must be kept on a sunny window. Their colors and Croton Petra patterns are a good stress reliever and mood elevator.
Moses-in-the-cradle: It is a stress buster indoor plant that improves your concentration and productivity.
Christmas Cactus: With its drooping branches and rosy flowers, this tropical cactus is a real looker, and it releases oxygen at night instead of throughout the day, which is good news for your sleep quality.