10 reason tell you why you should read
“No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” – Confucius
Do you read?
After I graduated, I didn’t read extra-curricular readings until I detect that I need to learn more and more knowledge. I believe the most of people just like me that didn’t read after graduated. Well to be honest, who will read after the busy day off? we just want to relax as soon as possible when we get home. But after I start reading, I totally change the thoughts of before.
The reason why I start to read.
When I was a junior, I was studying language for an interview of being flight attendant in senior. However, in the year that I graduated, my mom got some healthy issue, which I have to stay at home for helping my mom’s shop. So I give up on the interview to reconsidered what I really want to do in my future and what kind of live I want to have in my whole life. The answer is I want to have my own carrier and brand. There are another question was show up, which is what should I do in the beginning? Therefore, I keep searching the question of how to be successful? And I just saw the sentence of it that is you have to read more and more books such like Bill Gates did.
I going to tell 10 reason you should read, if you don’t know why?
- You develop the skills of the future
Evidence suggests that being immersed in a book-oriented environment is beneficial to educational achievement. One study shows how growing up with a library at home boosts adult literacy, numeracy and technological problem solving.
- Reading could help you live longer
People who read books live for around two years longer than those who don’t, irrespective of gender, wealth, education or health, according to a Yale University study.
Deep reading promotes empathy and emotional intelligence – cognitive processes that can lead to greater chance of survival, the report explained.
- It helps ward off brain deterioration
Exercising your mind is likely to reduce your risk of dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Society. The organization advocates finding something you like doing that challenges your brain and doing it regularly like reading “challenging books”.
- You will sleep better
Reading helps put your consciousness on another plane, which will induce sleep. Look at how children adore stories before bedtime, as that helps them to get a great night’s sleep. Moving into a fictional world eases the tension and helps them relax better. That is one of the best ways to get a really restful sleep. What a pity it is that so many of us lose this habit as adults.
- You will reduce your stress levels
Researchers at the University of Surrey (UK) did a study to see if stress levels were reduced by reading, especially before bed. They found that stress levels were reduced by as much as 68 percent. So, if you are stressed out, why not pick up a book before you go to bed?
- You will become more creative
You might think that high-powered executives will read books on marketing before they drift off. Actually, many successful entrepreneurs read anything and everything before bedtime. Why? Research shows that they are going to be much more creative and will have more passion for their projects. It is like looking at the world with a different pair of glasses every time. You begin to see problems, people, and situations with more creativity and ingenuity.
- overcome hard times in life.
The research show If you are the hard time of your life, you should read some books to makes you more positive and tell you what to do in the next step.The idea of continuing on through the labyrinth of life no matter how awful it gets is inspiring.
- You will be able to concentrate better
All that messaging and playing around with social media while trying to keep up with everything that is happening in the world is ruining our concentration. We never really concentrate on anything. But if reading before bedtime, it will force us to process the information without all the visual aids of the computer or smartphone. It help us to training our brains to concentrate.
- You will create an oasis of peace and serenity
You need to create a quiet space where you can calm your nerves and help your mind get ready for sleep. The blue light emitted from TV, computer screens and phones will do the opposite. This is why there is nothing like reading a book to quieten everything and everyone down.
9+. It builds your vocabulary
In addition to improving your emotional and cognitive intelligence, reading can also help broaden your vocabulary, with some research concluding that “above average readers experienced a higher rate of vocabulary growth than did average readers.