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[Infographic] Plants to improve your sleep

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Sleep is a restorative process that plays an essential part in our overall health. Sleep has a large impact on our physical well-being; as well sleep, our muscles are repaired, skin cells are regenerated and tissue growth occurs. Additionally, sleep plays a vital role in restoring energy and clearing non-essential information from our brain, supporting daytime performance and learning.

Despite the importance of sleep on our health, millions of Americans struggle each night to fall asleep and stay asleep. In fact, according to the American Sleep Association, 35 percent of U.S. adults don’t get the recommended amount of sleep per night.

There are a number of reasons you might struggle to get enough sleep. Sleep disorders, like insomnia and sleep apnea, affect between 50 and 70 million Americans. Additionally, there are a number of psychological causes of insufficient sleep, such as anxiety and depression. Lifestyle changes, like poor diet, can also keep you tossing and turning.

Luckily, there are a number of natural sleep remedies that promote healthy sleep without disrupting your scheduling or requiring medication. One such way is placing a sleep-promoting plant in your bedroom.

Several houseplants have been shown to help improve sleep quality, like jasmine, which reduces sleep movement. Others can actually address the root of sleeplessness—like lavender, which helps calm anxiety.The team over at Dromma Bed created an infographic outlining the 15 best indoor plants for sleep. Put one in your bedroom tonight for a natural way to fall asleep and stay asleep.

To help you on your way to a better night’s rest, opt for Ozone Therapy. Ozone Therapy is a non-invasive therapy that can be done in the comfort of your own home or at a clinic near you. Ozone improves brain function, boosts the immune system, promotes productivity, fights insomnia, depression, stress and anxiety.

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Louise Pyper[Infographic] Plants to improve your sleep

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