Key benefits of reading

Dear reader,
I read since I know about reading. My father always encouraged me to read. Ever since I read books, it is my hobby. A door of joy and possibilities opened for me. Reading makes you an amazing person. Reading opens a window to other worlds. Imagination and creativity are both improved trough reading. Reading teaches you about different cultures and different ideas. When you read about different characters involved in different scenarios you become better at understanding people and situations. In this blog, I want to explain what are the benefits of reading. By reading you do not only learn anything you want to but also experience, imagine and it is entertaining. You can solve your own problems. There are hundreds of people and they have shared their experiences and life lessons in books that you can read in a few hours.
Reading connects us to each other.

Reading makes you smart

The best way to learn is to read. There are hundreds of books that will teach you anything you want to learn. With reading, you can self-teach and self-discovery. Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong. and healthy, so that’s why we have to read every day. Everything you read fills your head with new information. The more knowledge you have, the better prepared you are to tackle any challenge you’ll ever face. With an endless amount of perspectives and lives we can read about, books can give us an opportunity to have experience that we have not had the opportunity to have ourselves, and still allow us to learn the life skills.

Life is too short to keep repeating the mistakes that people already have made in the past, in order for you to reach the results that someone might already reach. If you read you have a more varied range of words to express how you feel and get your point across.

It gives you a higher level of vocabulary to use in everyday life. Reading will improve your focus and concentration. Reading a book takes long periods of focus and concentration, which in first hard to do. But over time reading will strengthen your attention span. Reading also reduces stress. A study has shown that reading slows down the heart rate and eases tension in the muscles.

Reading improves your imagination

The world described in books, as well as other peoples views and opinions, will help you understanding of what is possible. By reading a written description of an event or a place, your mind is responsible for creating that image in your head. If you watch television the image is placed in front of you.


You are, right now, the results of the words that you have heard or read and believed about yourself. What you become in the future will depend on the words you believe about yourself now. If you want to develop a good self-image then reading is fundamental. If you read you can do your own research and thinking. Reading books has really changed my life.

How to read a book for maximum learning? He really inspired me.


If you are interested in reading. I recommend you to read one of my favorite books. You can click here if you are interested.


19 thoughts on “Key benefits of reading

  1. I love reading! I think it’s sad when I hear about girls in other countries who are unable to receive education because of how powerful stories and information are. Thanks for sharing this!

  2. I love reading too and I can’t understand people that never read a book…. the Harry Potter books are some of my favorite books. But in the last time I must learn a lot, so reading is a little bit shorter than usually :/

    1. Thank you Hannah for your comment. Your right, but you have to develop a reading habit when you are young. Reading really changed my life. I am so happy to write about what i love and connect with all these amazing people from every country of the world.

  3. Loved the piece. I’m an avid reader. I love all sorts of books. One of the most recient self-help book I read and absolutely loved is “You are a Badass” by Jen Sincero. Currently I am reading a book called “Reading to Heal” by Jacqueline Stanley. This one is older but really good. The last fiction book I read was “We Were the Lucky Ones” by Georgia Hunter.

  4. I used toreadmuch more than I doNow as I had an hour commute to work and would read on the train. Now I work from home I just don’t seem to have time

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