Reading is one of my favorite activities in the world. (Cuddling with my cats is too.) And while reading is fun for many, there are more benefits than we might realize. Welcome Jose from Dissertation Planet, and see what sort of benefits you can add to your life by reading more.
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Biggest Benefits of Reading by Jose at Dissertation Planet
Reading helps us relax and address our problems from a more objective point of view. It is the best way to exercise and clear your mind. As Tyrion Lannister, a major character in George R.R. Martin’s famous fantasy novel series “A Song of Ice and Fire” said, “A mind needs books like a sword needs a whetstone…to keep it sharp.”
Keeping your mind sharp is just one of the many benefits of reading; many people read to escape reality and cut themselves some slack from their busy, normal routines. Some of the biggest benefits of reading include:
- Increasing Your Cognitive Reserve:
No matter the genre, no matter the author, let alone the language in which the book is written, the simple act of reading can greatly benefit our cognitive level. Reading enhances our capacity for abstraction and imagination. To elaborate, reading creates more and more neural connections in our brains!
The availability of higher neural connections in the brain makes larger networks available and improves major connective tissues that accompany over time.
- Improving Your Memory:
Reading daily enhances our library of stories, ideas, characters, terms and vocabulary which is extremely beneficial. Allowing these stories and ideas into our brain not only exercises our cognitive skills, but also improves our memory.
- Reducing Stress:
There is no better feeling than coming home from school or work and lying down on your living room’s couch or your comfy bed to read a good book. Reading helps to relieve stress and tensions of everyday life. It opens up endless possibilities and allows us to experience new emotions & live inside the shoes of different characters.
To put it simply, reading diverts our focus away from everyday problems. And that is very essential, even if it is for an hour. Because giving ourselves some slack is very important to keep us sane.
- Brain Stimulation and Continuous Learning:
It is already known how reading stimulates our neuronal activity, by establishing new connections. But the emotional impact of a book promotes learning and helps with the memory. It gives us the motivation to continue reading.
By stating these benefits of reading, we have only just scratched the surface. The pleasure of reading is the best value we can convey to children. It improves cognitive abilities, logical reasoning and expands our imagination.
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