Good to know, is that the amount of CO2 most plants produce at night is far less than humans and pets do.
You could even say that sleeping with someone, in the same room or bed is less healthy (oxygen-wise) than sleeping in a bedroom filled with plants.
They make a room look more alive and your bedside table brighter.
Why should you not put plants in your bedroom?
Some people believe it may be harmful because plants may respire as humans do, emitting carbon dioxide at night as a reverse response to photosynthesis, but humans and our furry friends produce more CO2 than plants do. Despite the scare stories, carbon dioxide is actually relatively harmless in small amounts.
Do plants in bedroom good or bad?
Although the fact does remain that during the night (most) plants are unable to produce oxygen (due to lack of sunlight to promote photosynthesis), so create carbon dioxide instead. But despite this, many plant and health experts assert that there is very little risk of any serious harm from plants in the bedroom.
Is it good feng shui to have plants in bedroom?
There are many excellent areas in your home to have lush, vibrant plants, such as the east and southeast feng shui areas. Your bedroom, however, is not the best feng shui area to have plants. Plants release some carbon dioxide at night. At night, most plants give off more carbon dioxide than they absorb.
What is the best plant to have in your bedroom?
The 8 plants you should put in your bedroom to have a better night’s sleep
- Areca Palm. Joy Of Plants.
- Aloe Vera. Joy Of Plants.
- English Ivy. Joy Of Plants.
- Gerbera. Joy Of Plants.
- Jasmine. Joy Of Plants.
- Lavender. Joy Of Plants.
- Mother-in-law’s Tongue. Joy Of Plants.
- Peace Lily. Joy Of Plants.