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How Reading Helps Apart From Gaining Just Knowledge

We have already explained you the benefits of reading to increase memory and brain power today we will extend it by explaining some more benefits of reading a book, other than just increasing your knowledge.


Fills your mind with thoughts and boosts you creatively. When you enter the world of books be it Fiction, Non-Fiction, Motivation or self-help books the tricks, tips, and lessons helps you benefitting creatively. Every word, paragraph, chapter you read helps you your mind with new information, you never know when this might actually come to a great use to you.

Reduces Stress

When you are in work or studies you get stress and that’s quite natural. No matter how much stress you have at work, relationships, or many other issues you face in day-today life, it all vanish away when you let yourself surrender to a great story. A well-written novel can shift you to other places, while an engaging article will distract you and keep you in the present moment and let you think or ponder hence letting your tensions drain away and allowing you to be calm and relax.

Increases Knowledge (that’s obvious)

The more you read the more you get to know about the various things happening around in the world expacially when you are a student your knowledge base increases and then you become the guy people love to discuss things and ask suggestions. Reading makes you wise and helps in your decision making abilities as while rading something say fiction you are aware the consequences of the main protagonists, so you try to avoid those in real life. The more knowledge you have, the more and better-equipped you are to face any challenge in your life.

Vocabulary Expansion and Better Writing Skills

This is quite undesrtood that reading increases your vocab and word bank. You learn new words, phrases, grammar on a daily basis. Through books you gain exposure to new words and you will love to introuce them your everyday vocabulary. It can also benefit you professionally as people who read, speak, and look to gain knowledgeable on a variety of topics tend to excel in their career as anyone wants to a knowledgeable person right rather than people who limited vocabularies and lack in literature, latest trends and updates going on etc. On the other hand reading a book can also help you better your writing skills as you read the acclaimed works of world famous writer/authors. You tend to learn from them various things like; story writing, character creation, paragraphy formation, maintaining the speed, suspense and letting the reader to turn after everypage.

Improves Focus & Concentration and memory

When you read a book it hardly takes you minimum 1 hour to 5-6 hours or more depending upon your interest, taste or preferences. I know people who have finised reading a book on one GO. Reading of this high level needs concentration, focus and determination. A book offers you this. After involving this in your habit you can easily develop a concetration level of nearly 3-4 hours. While reading a book, you need to remember an plethora of characters, their background story, history, and other events apart from various arcs and sub-plots that are involved through every story and that’s quite a hard bit to remember, but your brains are marvellous things and they can store various information and can easily remember these things so when you want them to recall you can instantly do it. This exercise helps you academically as well.

Are there any more benefits apart from just increasing knowledge? Do write us in the comment box below.

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