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Benefits of reading and why should you read every day?
When was the last time you read a book or a factual article in a magazine? Do you know what are the benefits of reading to you? Are all your reading habits related to your tweets and Facebook updates, or are they focused on your search for a bag of oats? If you are one of those who are not interested in reading regularly, then you are the one who missed a lot. Reading has a huge number of benefits.
Here are just a few of the benefits of reading:
Mental stimulation: Studies have shown that keeping your mind stimulated slows down the development of Alzheimer's (if not prevented) and dementia, because you keep your brain active and busy, and this protects it from losing its energy. The brain, like any muscle in the body, needs exercise in order to maintain its health and strength. The saying that says “use it or lose it” is considered very appropriate and correct if it comes to the mind. Solving puzzles and playing some games such as chess may also help in cognitive stimulation.
Reducing stress: There is no doubt that there are many pressures, whether in your work, in your personal relationships, or in any matter of daily life, but all of that goes away when you get lost and lost in a beautiful novel. A well-written novel may transport you to another world, and any charming article may distract you from your present, eliminating any stress and giving you a chance to relax.
Knowledge: Everything you read fills your head with so little information that you never know when you might need it. More knowledge means that you are ready to tackle any challenge you encounter. In addition, it is a topic that calls for reflection: If you find yourself under harsh conditions, remember that you may lose everything - your job - your possessions - your money - even your health - but knowledge can never be lost.
Linguistic expansion: This goes in line with the previous point, a lot of reading means a lot of learned words, which will inevitably put themselves in the way of your daily vocabulary. Being a good speaker with clear articulation helps you get any job you want, and your high ability to speak with self-confidence It may be a good boost for you to increase your self-esteem. Those who read well, speak well and have a great and varied knowledge of many things, get good jobs and quick promotions and sometimes much more than those with little linguistic knowledge and a lack of literary awareness, scientific ideas and world events.
Reading books is also necessary for learning new languages - foreigners are more likely to acquire some words in context, which improves their speaking and writing fluency.
Memory Improvement: When you read a book, you should remember a variety of characters with their background, ambition, and history, as well as the plot and events that weave their story. It is all worth remembering, and our wonderful minds can remember everything related to any topic very easily. Each new memory forms a neural link (a pathway in the brain) and strengthens the existing memories, which prepares the recall of short-term memories with the stability of mood. What a very nice thing???
Stronger Analytical Thinking Skills: Have you ever read a riddle in a novel and solved the riddle before you finished reading it? If this happens to you, you have a critical and analytical ability to think, and you work them together by taking notes of all available details and classifying them to determine “who is the culprit.”
You can also take up this ability to analyze details when criticizing a play, determining whether it is well written, whether the characters develop appropriately with events, whether the story's events run smoothly...and so on. And if you have the opportunity to discuss any book with others, you will be able to put forth clear opinions because you have had the time to consider all aspects.
Improved focus and attention: In the crazy world of the internet, attention is distracted in millions of directions because you are doing so many tasks once in a day. In just five minutes, the average time a person needs to perform a task, check mail, or make a small conversation with two people (on Skype, for example..), for example, look at Twitter, or communicate with your colleagues at work. This kind of - increase - leads to a rise in stress levels and reduces productivity.
When you read a book, all of your focus is on the story—the whole world collapses around you, and you can immerse yourself in every detail of the story. Try reading before you go to work in the morning for 15:20 minutes, and you will be surprised by the intensity of your focus when you reach your office
Better writing skills: This goes in line with the broadening of your knowledge of the language. If you are asked to write a story well, you will find that you have a different impact on writing, that you pay attention to the rhythm of the words, that you are fluent, and that you are influenced by the writing of some other writers, as he had influence on your writing. In the same way that musicians influence one another, and in the same way that painters influenced their predecessors, writers learned the skill of prose from the works of others.
Tranquil: In addition to the relaxation that accompanies reading a good book, the subject of the book can bring inner peace and tranquility to the soul. Reading spiritual texts lowers blood pressure and gives a tremendous sense of calm. When you read books about helping yourself, you will find that you have the ability to help people with real mood problems and mental illnesses.
Free fun: Although most people prefer to buy books, they can be quite expensive. And for some inexpensive fun, you can visit the public library and enjoy the greatness of the volumes of books available there and for free. Libraries are full of books on various topics that you can imagine and once they put new books you will never run out of reading materials.
If you live in an area that does not have a public library, and you cannot easily access any of them, most libraries offer their books on PDF or ePUP, so you can read them on an e-reader, iPad, or on your computer. There are also many sources on the Internet (Online) where you can download free e-books, so seize the opportunity and choose something to read!

There is a kind of reading for every educated reader in this world. If your taste buds are classic literature, poetry, fashion magazines, biographies, religious texts, teen books, self-help tips, or romance novels, you are bound to find something that captures your imagination and sparks your curiosity. . Step away from your computer, open a book, and get your soul back for a while.

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