Reading literally changes your mind. It is for the brain as an exercise in relation to the body.
Reading gives us the freedom to move around in space, time, and history, and gives us a deeper perspective on ideas, concepts, feelings, and knowledge.
Reading practice includes many mental functions, including visual and auditory processes, and aspects such as fluency, comprehension, and much more.
According to one study, the act of reading and speaking a text aloud is a more effective way to remember information than reading it silently or just hearing it read out loud.
Reading regularly stimulates optimal patterns of brain development, which helps build strong pathways in the brain, thus building language, literacy, and social and emotional skills that can have lifelong health benefits.
Reading helps develop your thoughts, Improves concentration and memory, enhances your imagination and empathy, gives you endless knowledge and lessons while keeping your minds active and strengthens your writing abilities.
Reading every day also has some amazing health benefits, including cutting stress, helping with depression and dysthymia, lowering blood pressure and heart rate and reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and late-life cognitive decline.
Reading is like thinking, praying, talking to friends, expressing your thoughts, listening to other people’s thoughts, enjoying a beautiful view, or taking a walk on the beach.
When you read, your mind is activated, and it grows, changes, and creates new relationships between things, and different patterns depending on the material you are reading.