The plants in the bedroom help you relax
Lavender, rose, jasmine or some plants with beautiful leaves such as betel nut, spiderweb, ivy, fern are suitable for placing in the bedroom, creating a feeling of lightness and relaxation.
The bedroom is a place to relax and rest, giving you a good night's sleep after a hard day's work. Decorating a vase of flowers or potted plants in the bedroom will bring a feeling of freshness and relaxation, says specialist doctor 2 Huynh Tan Vu (Head of Day Treatment Unit, 3rd Campus Medical University Hospital. ) advised.
"Besides the aesthetic factor, you should choose the right plants for your health," said Dr. Vu. Some plants have a light fragrance, bring a sense of peace, suitable for placing in the bedroom.
Many cultures consider lavender to have a purifying effect on the body and mind. Lavender is also used as a remedy for mental health problems such as anxiety, insomnia, depression, headaches... The scent of lavender makes us feel calmer. Scent receptors can send signals to the brain that influence mood and emotions. Dried lavender is also stuffed into pillows to help with a good night's sleep.
However, you should not use too much lavender to create a strong aroma, which can cause headaches and stuffy nose. People who are allergic to the scent of lavender should also not put this plant in the bedroom, according to Dr. Vu.
Dried lavender is good for sleep, reducing anxiety. Image. Tvoje Zdravie
Roses with natural fragrance are used as aromatherapy and have many health benefits. The scent of roses acts on the nervous system, helps regulate emotions, reduces stress levels, improves sleep. Some studies show that the scent of rose stimulates the body to release dopamine, improving symptoms of depression. In addition, it can stimulate the brain to release endorphins - natural pain-relieving hormones, thereby reducing pain levels.
A few sprigs of jasmine flowers to keep in the room or jasmine buds strung on the wall bring out your favorite scent in the bedroom or bathroom. The sweet scent of jasmine helps relieve stress, creates a feeling of comfort, brings optimism.
Common Jasmine, also known as Jasminum officinale, is believed to be native to Central Asia, mildly fragrant, blooming throughout summer and autumn. Photo: Gilmour
In addition, some plants with beautiful leaves, delicate and soft shapes are also suitable for the bedroom, creating a gentle feeling such as betel nut, spider vine, ivy, fern. Avoid planting too large, dense trees because at night, trees will produce carbon dioxide instead of oxygen which is not good for health. Do not plant thorny plants such as cactus, at night you can easily get injured.
Occasionally let the plant dry in the sun, if it is fresh flowers, it is necessary to change the water regularly. Do not let too many flowers have a strong scent that will give you a headache. Do not choose flowers that are likely to cause irritation. Pregnant women and children should be careful with flowers with strong, strong scents. Flowers should be replaced when there are signs of wilting. Your bedroom is small, with limited ventilation, you don't need to put flowers or trees.