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9 Low-Maintenance Plants That Help You Sleep

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We already know that houseplants purify the indoor air and help you breathe better, but did you know that their air-purifying properties, along with some of their stress-reducing traits, actually help you sleep better?

Having a relaxing, restful snooze has many benefits. When you get a good night’s sleep, you have more energy, you’re more focused and alert during the day, and your overall mood improves. All these things start with a restful night in bed.

Sure, having a bedtime routine can help you a lot, but there are also some plants that are known to induce sleep. The best part? They don’t require too much attention, so you won’t have to worry too much about them.

Here are 9 low-maintenance plants that help you sleep!

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