Reading is Brain Food

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“The GOOD News is reading has immense potential to improve many parts of your life and longevity.”

Reading rewires parts of your brain. Maryanne Wolf explains in her book, Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain:

Reading rewires parts of your brain. Maryanne Wolf explains in her book, Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain:

Reading involves several brain functions, including visual and auditory processes, phonemic awareness, fluency, comprehension, and more.

The same neurological regions of the brain are stimulated by reading about something as by experiencing it.

According to the ongoing research at Haskins Laboratories for the Science of the Spoken and Written Word, reading, unlike watching or listening to media, gives the brain more time to stop, think, process, and imagine the narrative in from of us.

Reading every day can slow down late-life cognitive decline and keeps the brains healthier.

The reading process plays an important social function.

The reading process plays an important social function.

Reading not only improves your brain’s connectivity, it also increases attention spans, focus and concentration.

If you struggle to focus, reading can improve your attention span.

You’ll be surprised at how much more focused you are once you get to the office.

 

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