6 Benefits of Reading: Why should I read?

When was the last time you read a book, or a substantial magazine article? If you’re reading just Facebook texts or tweets you really miss out what’s really important. Reading has a lot of benefits and here are few of them:

1.Learning lots of new things

 

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go.”

― Dr. SeussI Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

We learn new things almost every day, but it depends on us if we want to have a monotonous life or we want to live an adventure. When you read, you have contact with other cultures, traditions, lifestyles than yours. You can say, that by reading you travel around the world.

 

2.Improving your vocabulary

 

It’s no secret that reading increases your vocabulary and improves your spelling, but did you know that reading increases your vocabulary more than talking or direct teaching? Reading forces us to look at words that we might not have seen or heard recently.

 

3.Your brain is going to be more active and creative

 

When you read, you use imagination, so you use your brain. Reading is like working out muscles for brain, so when you read, your brain is more active and your creativity improves so much.

 

4.Not having time to be bored

 

When you read one or two books/month, you definitely won’t have time to be bored, so you’re going to spend your time in a good way.

 

5.Seeing a lots of different perspectives about this world

 

Writers are just humans who are showing us their perspective about this world. Every writer puts feelings in their story so you can just know how they feel about this world.

 

6.Memory and concentration improvement

 

Reading is for sure the best exercise for having a good memory and concentration. You can try it and you’ll see how much it helps.

 

 

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Comments (2)

  • Maureen 3 months ago Reply

    Whether you read on a tablet or on paper, whether you purchased it from the cloud or from your neighborhood store, the act of reading is still vital, because it is a way for humanity to connect, to communicate, to evolve and share and learn.

    Rebecca Albu 3 months ago Reply

    Right.

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