These 4 Plants For Your Bedroom Will Cure Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

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Many people face sleeping difficulties on a daily basis, like sleep apnea, insomnia, night terrors and sleep disturbances.

Sleep apnea is a disorder that happens when the breathing is interrupted throughout the sleep.

It is a consequence of the lack of oxygen in the brain and the body, and can be of two types:

– Obstructive sleep apnea – OSA which is a consequence of the obstruction of the airway when the back of the throat’s soft tissue collapses throughout sleep.

-Central sleep apnea happens when the brain does not signal the muscles to breathe due to unsteadiness in the respiratory control center.

Sleep apnea might have an effect on all people, in spite of the age, and the main risk factors are genetics, obesity, gastro esophageal reflux, allergies, nasal obstructions due to sinus problems, a large neck size, or deviated septum. Also, men over 40 are more prone to sleep apnea.

Nevertheless, there is an easy natural way to recover your sleep, and all you have to do is to put a plant in your bedroom! Some plants give a potent calming and relaxing effects, and these are the best ones:

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera amplifies the oxygen supply during the night, and therefore creates a calming and peaceful atmosphere, and treats insomnia.

Lavender

It offers potent stress and anxiety-relieving properties, and slows the heart rate, making it easier to fall asleep.

Snake plant

It discharges more oxygen overnight; recovers the air quality, and helps to breathe.

English ivy

It releases oxygen, advances the air quality, absorbs the toxins from the air and even 94% of the airborne, and helps to breathe.

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