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Improve Your Health and Focus, One Plant at a Time

While many websites and articles promote plants as natural air purifiers, the fact of the matter is that plants simply cannot purify air in a room fast enough to function as an effective air purifier for a home or office (Wilkerson, 2019). That being said, plants still have much to offer humans in terms of physical and mental health benefits. Research has shown that humans exhibited the following qualities when indoor plants were present (Han et al., 2022):

- Lower blood pressure

- Lower respiration rate and body temperature

- Higher academic achievement 

- Greater pain tolerance

- Used fewer sick days

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Resources

     Han, K. T., Ruan, L. W., & Liao, L. S. (2022). Effects of Indoor Plants on Human Functions: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analyses. International journal of environmental research and public health, 19(12), 7454. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19127454

     Wilkerson, J. (2019, November 19). House plants don’t really clean indoor air. Harvard University: The Graduate School of Arts and Science. https://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash/2019/house-plants-dont-really-clean-indoor-air/

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