Written by: Olivia Bricen, Vera Health blogger 

If you’re anything like me, you enjoy having indoor plants in your space for various reasons. They liven up my work desk and home, reduce my stress levels, and boost my mood. Have you ever felt better with indoor plants around, too? It turns out that these feel-good emotions are no accident. They’re backed by science! Studies show that indoor plants are full of psychological and physiological benefits, like lowering cortisol levels, improving job satisfaction, and purifying indoor air.

In the digital age, it is no surprise that we spend over 85% of our time inside, but did you know that indoor air pollution can be even more harmful than outdoor air pollution? You may not be able to see them, but there are toxins like formaldehyde, mold, benzene, and carbon monoxide floating in the air that you breathe. However, you can use indoor plants as natural air purifiers to detox your home or office. In 1989, NASA released a famous study that proves the power of interior plants and how they fight indoor air pollution. So, which plants to you need to add to your space to feel better and breathe easier? Let’s take a look.

 

Filling your space with indoor plants is a brilliant way to bring nature’s benefits inside and improve your overall well-being. Speaking of wellness, are you happy with your health insurance plan? Find out how to get insured on your own terms with flexible short-term health insurance from Vera Health. We offer lower monthly premiums than many major medical plans, so you can pay for the coverage you need, not the coverage you don’t. Get in touch with one of our friendly Vera Health experts to learn more about our customized plans. Give us a call at 844-961-9645 to learn more about Vera. No mystery, no fluff, no hassle.

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Hi! I’m Olivia, Vera Health blogger and wellness enthusiast. I’ve been a content writer for five years, and I’m excited to share health tips with you that can enhance your health and happiness from head to toe. When I’m not writing about health, you can find me on my yoga mat, playing with my dog, or exploring my city.

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