Dreamers Achieve Success: Why reading is injurious to your brain!!!

Why reading is injurious to your brain!!!

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Dream, Dream, Dream
Dream transforms into thoughts
And thoughts result in action.

This blog mantra is to inspire, ignite, motivate and transform the dreamer’s passion to achieve success in life.

I dedicate this post to my dad who introduced me books at an early age and to my college friend Raja Mohammed who introduced me to Sidney Sheldon Novels.

To my wife who buys me a lot of books at the book fairs to keep me happy and to my fellow crazy bookworms who can never keep the book down once started.

You can’t buy happiness,
but you can buy books and
that’s kind of the same thing.

This topic takes me down to the memory lane to Bombay where I had crazy Readathon challenges with my roommates Prabhu and Martin which we enjoyed to the core.

I am going to talk about the most addictive and contagious habit which will prevent your brain from diseases that comes with aging.

The recent study about reading books every day has come up with the following positive impacts it has on your brain and on your mindset.


Stimulates Your Brain

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Yes, reading books every day stimulates your brain; it forms new connections called Neural Pathways in your brain.

These neural pathways cause your brain to remain active and alert all the time. It makes your brain work faster and sharper.

A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.
–Neil Gaiman

Prevents Brain Degeneration

Reading prevents brain degeneration as it muscles the brain cells and keeps it active.

It mainly helps prevent Alzheimer, Dementia and the general memory loss problem that comes with the aging.

The more you read, the more it increases your memory power.

Builds Confidence & Self-esteem

Reading self-help books boost your confidence levels, increase your knowledge of various subjects and it improves your grammar and vocabulary skills. This, in turn, develops your communication skills.

It builds your self-esteem as your confidence level increases and the thought process widens.

Learn More

The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
–Dr. Seuss

Reduces Stress

Be Happy

Reading a good humor or romance novel can reduce your stress levels, as it distracts and helps your mind to take off from your problem.

Reading before 1 hour to bed ensures a good night’s sleep.

Expands Your Imagination

Develops Imagination

Reading expands your imagination and creativity as it will open the mind’s eye with vivid scenery as illustrated in the book.

It gives birth to more creative and innovative ideas, provides courage to pursue your dreams and passion.

“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”
– Stephen King

Develops Critical & Analytical Thinking Skills

It develops your critical and analytical thinking skills, improves your focus and concentration as you will get fully immersed in the book and get transformed into a whole new place.

It helps you take correct decisions at the time of crisis, as in our work critical thinking plays a vital role in high productivity.

If you only read the books that everyone else is reading,
you can only think what everyone else is thinking.
–Haruki Murakami

Increases Empathy


Reading gives you the ability to empathize with other people emotions and thoughts.

It makes you understand their problems and provide them solutions. It can also help to maintain a healthy relationship.

It can help you in the better understanding of your spouse if you’re lucky, it may prevent heartburn and head injuries if you empathize on their feelings.

It really important to cultivate the habit of reading in kids at an early age so their cognitive and critical thinking develops as they grow.

There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world.
Love of books is the best of all.
–Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

My humble request is to care for the brain kindly read for 45 minutes daily.

Love Books

“If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.”
– J.K. Rowling

Find the Popular Reads and the Best Sellers in the Best Reads page and start the fruitful journey with books.

To read free e-books online, visit the site Free-Ebooks.net and get the awesome power of knowledge, right at your fingertips.

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Like-minded people who want to share their ideas and thoughts to guide the youth, inbox me at followdreams@dreamappsinc.com

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