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5 Indoor Plants Proven To Reduce Anxiety

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5 Indoor Plants Proven To Reduce Anxiety

Indoor plants can be an excellent source of calm and serenity amid the constant stressors of work, family, and all of the other demands life brings. They come in many different shapes and sizes, and all are beautiful in their unique way.

Not only do they bring health benefits, but they add a touch of color and beauty to any indoor space, including bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, offices, and classrooms. This article will walk you through 5 indoor plants that can help reduce anxiety and promote feelings of peace for you and all of the members of your home.

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a very low-maintenance plant that specializes in purifying the air around you. In addition to removing harmful toxins, it helps put oxygen back into the air. This means that with each breath you take, you’ll be taking in fresher, cleaner air, making it easier to breathe in even the most stressful moments. It is commonly found in lotions and skin-irritation-relieving gels and creams because of its calming and soothing qualities.

Aloe Vera plant

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2. Lavender Plants

Lavender is another excellent option for reducing anxiety and relieving stress. It constantly emits a clean calming scent that will fill your entire space. Think of it as a natural and powerful air freshener and purifier. Its relaxing fragrance also promotes healthy sleep and relaxation, making it a perfect addition to your bedroom space. What’s more, lavender can easily be grown using a hydroponic system. Check out this aerogarden review if you’re looking for an easy-to-use indoor garden!

Lavender plants

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3. Chamomile Plants

Chamomile makes a wonderful addition to any home, office, or workspace. Chamomile is often used in beverages like tea to help soothe an upset stomach or relieve basic flu-like symptoms such as nausea. It helps to clean out and purify your entire digestion system. In other words, chamomile helps to stimulate your metabolism and immune system so that your body can clean and purify itself naturally.

Flowering chamomile plant

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4. Peppermint Plant

Best known for its fresh and minty smell, peppermint is another scent that can help soothe and relax a racing mind. It promotes natural feelings of energy and clear-headedness. In addition, it can help give us healthy, stimulating energy throughout the day, rather than the anxious feeling of constant overdrive. This makes it a great option to keep on your desk at work to help you power throughout the workday healthily and sustainably.

When you think peppermint, think of feelings of refreshment, vigor, and relaxation. Finally, as a bonus, peppermint has natural pest-repelling qualities (such as spiders and insects) so it is a natural way to keep your workspace or home free and clear of unwanted intruders!

Mint plant

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5. Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum, like chamomile, is another common tea flavor known for its stress and anxiety-relieving qualities. The same is true of the plant’s scent and air purification qualities, even if you aren’t drinking it in your tea! With Chrysanthemum by your side, you can stay calm throughout even the most stressful situations. This potted plant is easy to maintain since you only have to water it a few times per week.

Pinky purple Chrysanthemum

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About The Author
Devri loves making the most of her in-home garden. While she was raised on a farm in the Ozarks, she traded the rolling hills for big city livin’ - and an itty bitty living space. She loves growing herbs, as well as accent plants that can be used decoratively around her home. Her blog Two Peas in a Condo is all about turning her tiny Chicago condo into a budding garden oasis.
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