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Start Your Day by Reading A Book

Benefits of Reading A Book :

Mental Stimulation

Stress Reduction

Knowledge

Extension of vocabulary

Memory Improvement

Stronger analytical thinking

Improved focus and concentration

Better writing

Tranquility

Free Entertainment

When was the last time a book or magazine article reads substantial? Make your daily reading habits center around tweets, Facebook updates, or instructions on the package of instant oatmeal? If you are one of the many people who have the habit of reading regularly, you might be missing: reading has a significant number of benefits, and few benefits of reading are listed below.

1. Mental Stimulation

Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of (or possibly even prevent) Alzheimer's disease and dementia as they keep the brain active and committed that prevents you from losing power. Like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong and healthy, so the phrase "use it or lose it" is particularly appropriate when it comes to your mind. Make puzzles and games like chess also been found to be useful with cognitive stimulation.

2. Stress Reduction

No matter how much stress you have at work, in your personal relationships, or countless other problems they face in everyday life, everything just runs away when you lose himself in a great story. A well-written novel that can be transported to other realms, while an interesting article will distract you and stay in the present moment, letting the tension drain and allows you to relax.

3. Knowledge

Everything you read fills his head with new bits of information, and you never know when you can come in handy. The more knowledge you have, the better equipped you are to deal with any challenge ever faced.

Also, here is some food for thought: in case you ever find yourself in extreme circumstances, remember that while you may lose everything else, their work, their possessions, their money, even your health knowledge can never be taken away from you.

4. Extension of vocabulary

This goes with the previous topic: the more you read, the more words to gain exposure to, and that will inevitably make their way into your everyday vocabulary. Being articulate and well spoken is helpful in any profession, and knowing that you can talk to the top with self-confidence can be a huge boost to your self-esteem. It could even help your career, as those who are well-read, well spoken, and knowledgeable about a variety of topics they tend to get promotions faster (and more often) than those with smaller vocabularies and lack of awareness literature, scientific advances and global events.

Reading books is also vital for learning new languages, and non-native speakers to gain exposure to the words used in context, which can reduce their own speech and writing fluency.

5. Memory Improvement

When a book, you have to remember a variety of characters, their backgrounds, ambitions, history and nuances, and the various arcs and subplots that weave their way through each story you are read. That's a fair bit to remember, but the brains are wonderful things and can remember these things with relative ease. Surprisingly, each new memory forges new synapses (brain pathways) creates and strengthens existing ones, which helps recovery from short-term memory and mood stabilization. How cool is that?

6. Stronger analytical thinking

Have you ever read an amazing mystery, and solved the mystery himself before finishing the book? If so, they were able to put the critical and analytical to work taking note of all the details provided and sorting out to determine "whodunit" thought.

That same data analysis capability is also very useful when it comes to criticism of the plot; whether it was a well-written piece, if the characters are properly completed, if the story went smoothly, etc. If you ever have the opportunity to discuss the book with others, you will be able to express their opinions clearly, as you have taken the time to really consider all aspects involved.

7. Improved focus and concentration

In our crazy world of Internet, it is striking in a million different directions at once, since the multi-task through every day. In one stretch 5 minutes, the average person will divide his time between working on a task, check email, chat with a couple of people (through Gchat, Skype, etc.), keeping an eye on twitter , tracking your smart phone, and interaction with coworkers. This type of behavior as ADD-cause stress levels to rise, and decreases our productivity.

When reading a book, all his attention is focused on the story-the rest of the world simply disappears, and you can soak in every detail is absorbing. Try reading for 15-20 minutes before work (ie, on their journey in the morning, if public transport is taken), and you will be surprised how much more focused is once you get to the office.

8. Better writing

This goes hand in hand with the expansion of vocabulary: exposure to the published work, well written has a remarkable effect on the writing itself, as observing cadence, fluency, and writing styles of other authors will influence invariably their own work. In the same way that musicians influence each other, and painters use techniques established by previous teachers, so do writers learn how to make prose by reading the works of others.

9. Tranquility

In addition to the relaxation that accompanies reading a good book, you may read on the subject that can lead to an immense inner peace and tranquility. Reading spiritual texts can lower blood pressure and cause an overwhelming sense of calm while reading self-help books has been shown to help people suffering from certain mood disorder and mild mental illness.

10. Free Entertainment

While many of us like to buy books so we can write them down and dog-ear pages for future reference, which can be quite expensive. For entertainment budget, you can visit your local library and enjoy the glory of the countless volumes available there for free. Libraries have books on every subject imaginable, and since turn their actions and constantly get new books, you'll never run out of reading material.

If you live in an area that does not have a local library, or if you are disabled and can not easily get one, most libraries have books available in ePub or PDF format so you can read them in your reader eBooks, iPad or computer screen. There are also many online sources where you can download free e-books, so go for something new to read!


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