Which indoor plants to boost your eye health.

No indoor plants directly improve eye health, but greenery can make your home healthier, which can benefit your eyes. Indoor plants can enhance air quality, stress, and comfort, which can benefit eye health. 

Butterfly palms, or areca palms, purify the air. Their tropical greenery and toxin removal might enhance your space.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum): Spider plants capture formaldehyde and xylene and purify the air. Their arched leaves give visual appeal indoors.

Peace lilies (Spathiphyllum) eliminate indoor pollutants like benzene, formaldehyde, and ammonia and have exquisite white flowers. They thrive in low light.

Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata): Snake plants filter indoor air by eliminating formaldehyde and benzene. Hardy, they can handle low light.

With broad, glossy leaves, rubber plants (Ficus elastica) remove interior pollutants. They grow well in moderate light and are easy to care for.

Philodendrons: They're adaptable and varied. They filter indoor pollutants and have lovely trailing foliage.

These plants can make your home healthier, but appropriate eye care includes regular eye exams, good lighting, and screen time breaks. Consult an eye doctor if you have eye health issues.

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