About Indoor Plants
An indoor plant means the plant that is grown indoors in places such as residences and offices. Houseplants are commonly grown for decorative purposes, but studies have also shown them to have positive psychological effects. NASA carried out a study called the Clean Air Study to determine which plants help to clean the air we breathe by eliminating harmful toxins.
Indoor plants absorb Carbon Dioxide and keep Oxygen flowing, they purify the air by removing toxins, increase the humidity, help to reduce illness, keep tension free and lower stress, create a relaxed and happy ambience whilst helping you to ultimately work better through improved concentration, heightened attention, enhanced creativity, increased productivity and enriched overall well-being. The air purifying and filtering properties of indoor plants ultimately foster a healthier and happier working and living environment.
Interior plant decoration provides a pleasant and tranquil environment where you can work, relax and live, but there are also various health benefits that accompany the aesthetically pleasing arrangements. Many people spend the majority of their days indoors for work, unless work is outdoors of course, but this increases the chances of feeling oppressed and getting Sick Building Syndrome.