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3 Household Plants That Can Help You Sleep Better

It's time to stop counting sheep

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We've all been there—we toss and turn all night and before we know it, our alarm clocks are waking us up— minutes after we finally get a bit of shut-eye. Nothing feels worse than losing sleep and there are days when we'd rather stay at home just to get some decent rest.

Who knew that the quickest way to ensure better slumber is to fill your room with a few green friends? Gone are the days when indoor houseplants are for decor purposes only, they can help you stay healthy too!

Check out these three kinds of flora that can help you doze off in minutes: 

Main photos from: adrianne barba from Pinterest and Today.

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