5 Plants to Help You Cure Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

Say goodbye to your traditional sleep medications!

Of course, we do understand how insomnia and sleep apnea can be responsible for a bad day. After all, every good day starts with a good night sleep and vice versa. However, it is estimated that 30-40% of American adults have had symptoms of insomnia within the last 12 months, while 10-15% of adults claim to have chronic insomnia.

But what is insomnia?

Long story short, insomnia is not so easy to clarify. In fact, it includes a quite wide range of sleeping disorders and it can be divided into three separate types:

  • Chronic Insomnia, which can last for months or sometimes years.
  • Acute Insomnia (also called short-term insomnia), whose symptoms usually persist for several weeks.
  • Transient Insomnia is something most people have dealt with once in their lives. Symptoms usually last for a few days to a few weeks.

There is no specific target group and sleeping disorders can affect people of any demographic although it is more common in adult females. As you can imagine, insomnia can weaken everyday performance and contribute to depression, concentration and memory problems, obesity, and, of course, anxiety.

So, this is what you can do to cure sleeping disorders naturally. Just put one of the plants below in your bedroom and the results will definitely amaze you:

#5 Snake Plant

5 Plants to Help You Cure Insomnia and Sleep Apnea
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You may also know it as the Mother-in-Law’s Tongue. Either way, this plant improved air quality and it is great for your bedroom –plus it is quite cheap to purchase and easy to maintain. What makes Snake Plants ideal for your bedroom is that they don’t take away oxygen at night but they fill the room with it. Finally, it is a great way to filter out from the air a bunch of harmful elements like benzene and trichloroethylene.

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