Indoor plants not only add beauty to your living space but also offer numerous benefits for your health and mood. Creating a green home by incorporating indoor plants can have a transformative impact on your well-being. We will explore the positive effects of indoor plants on health and mood, highlighting the advantages of nurturing a green environment within your home.
Having a pet offers several health benefits, including lower stress levels, unless you happen to be allergic to them. Exposure to saliva and dander on the fur of dogs and cats can trigger mild to severe allergic reactions, such as sneezing and itchy eyes, which can make it difficult to become a pet owner. For those who want more than just a house of plants to look after, the good news is that there are some breeds of dogs and cats that produce fewer allergens in their saliva and have coats that don’t shed, leading to less dander in the air and on surfaces.
Plants, they are everywhere! The planet is filled with many wonderful species of plants. However, in most cities today, there seem to be fewer and fewer plants to be seen. Why is that? Human ‘progress’ in the realm of technology is not only reshaping the landscape with roads and buildings, but forcing out plants and trees. Of course, there are parks and a whole world outside the boundaries of cities where you can find plants and trees in abundance, but most people either don’t have the time or the means to travel to see them, or to benefit from them. Thankfully, you don’t have to travel far if you have a full house of plants; health benefits from these are not to be underestimated. How do humans benefit from house plants?