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Today a Reader Tomorrow a Leader (Benefits of Reading)

Updated on August 22, 2020
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There is no better companion than a book. This is not just a statement but a fact.The article briefly summarizes the benefit of reading.

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Reading is a complex scientific process of decoding symbols to make sense or to create meaning. It is a form of language action. Success in this process is measured by understanding. There is no better companion than a book. This is not just a statement but a fact. Research has shown that there is a difference between those who are accustomed to reading books and those who do not read books. This article briefly outlines the benefits of reading a book

''A Reader lives a thousand lives before he dies''

— George R.R Martin
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Benefits of Reading

When was the last time you read a textbook or a research article in a research journal? Is your daily reading habit limited to reading textbooks (which you must read at all, But their importance and usefulness cannot be denied), reading Twitter and Facebook posts, or reading food recipes? If you are one of those students who does not read extracurricular books or purposeful journals on a daily basis, you are missing out.

Here are some benefits of reading books on a daily basis

Increase in knowledge

Memory improvement

Growing analytical thinking

Increase vocabulary

Increase writing skills

Get rid of stress

Increase in knowledge

Whatever you read increases your knowledge and you do not know where it will come from. The more educated you are, the more prepared you will be to tackle educational challenges. Furthermore, you may have heard a well-known saying about knowledge: 'God willing, whenever you are in a difficult situation, remember that you have a job, your valuables, your possessions and here Until your own job and also you may lose health, but no one can take away the knowledge you have acquired.

Memory improvement

When you read a book, you keep in mind the characters, their background, their aspirations, history, their details, as well as the sub-stories built into the story. It may seem like a big deal to memorize all these things or to memorize them, but the fact is that the brain is such an amazing thing that it can easily absorb even the most impossible things.
Whatever new memory you create in your mind, it not only creates new nerve fibers in the neuron but also makes the existing nerve fibers stronger and stronger. These nerve fibers balance short-term memory recall and mood.

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Growing analytical thinking

Have you ever read a mystery novel and solved the mystery before completing the novel? If so, this means that you have come to this conclusion using your analytical and critical thinking in the light of the details available. Using the same ability to analyze, you critically review the plot of a novel to see if it is really a beautifully written novel or a weak one, with the necessary focus on highlighting the characters. Whether or not the story has been moved by the flow. In the end, whenever you have the opportunity to discuss this novel, you will take all the details from the closed corners of your mind and express your opinion clearly.

"The more that you read the more things you know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.''

— Dr. Suess

Increase vocabulary

This is a continuation of the first point. The more you read, the more you will have the opportunity to know and learn the words, unintentionally using those words in your daily life. After graduation, no matter what field you choose, good speaking and speaking skills are helpful to you everywhere, and the fact is that you can ask your superiors about any problems. I can ask. This ability will increase your confidence and self-esteem. This will benefit you in your professional life because those who are well-educated can speak well and have access to a wide range of topics such as current affairs, literature, scientific inventions, and world affairs, will grow rapidly.

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Increase writing skills

Reading more will not only increase your vocabulary but also your writing skills. The more standard books you read, the better your writing skills will be. You will also see the effect of other writers' harmony, fluency, and style in your writing. Everyone is affected by someone's work. You can also learn to read and write the work of others.

Get rid of stress

Psychologists have come to the conclusion that reading books reduce tension and stress. Research has shown that as long as a person keeps reading a book, he keeps himself away from useless tasks and useless thoughts. Even reading a book is more effective than music and televisions, and just a few minutes of book reading can relax the body's organs and heart.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Sher Xaman

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