The Amazing Health Benefits of Reading Books

Reading books is a great way to escape reality for a while, but did you know that it can also change your brain and body for the better? That’s right, there are numerous benefits of reading books that go beyond entertainment. In this article, we’ll explore the cognitive, emotional, and physical benefits of reading books and provide you with some tips on how to make reading a part of your daily routine.

Cognitive Benefits of Reading Books

Reading books can have a profound impact on cognitive function. It can improve memory, attention, and language skills, among other things. According to a study published in the journal Brain Connectivity, reading books can increase connectivity in the brain’s left temporal cortex, which is associated with language processing. This increased connectivity can improve language skills and boost cognitive function.

Additionally, reading can help prevent cognitive decline as we age. A study published in the journal Neurology found that people who read regularly in their youth and middle age had slower rates of cognitive decline in old age than those who didn’t read.

To reap these cognitive benefits, try reading books in different genres and styles. If you’re looking to improve your memory, try reading non-fiction books that require you to remember facts and figures. If you want to improve your attention span, try reading challenging fiction that requires you to follow a complex plot.

Emotional and Psychological Benefits of Reading Books

Reading books can also have a positive impact on our emotional and psychological well-being. For example, reading can reduce stress and anxiety. According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Sussex, reading for just six minutes can reduce stress levels by up to 68%.

Reading can also boost our empathy and emotional intelligence. When we read stories, we’re able to experience different perspectives and emotions, which can help us better understand and relate to others. This can have a positive impact on our relationships with friends, family, and colleagues.

Moreover, reading can also serve as a form of therapy or self-help. Many people turn to self-help books to gain insight and guidance on issues such as relationships, career, and personal growth. Reading about other people’s experiences and struggles can help us feel less alone and more empowered to make positive changes in our lives.

Physical Benefits of Reading Books

Finally, reading books can have physical benefits as well. For example, reading can reduce blood pressure, heart rate, and inflammation. According to a study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, reading for just 30 minutes a day can significantly reduce blood pressure.

Additionally, reading can improve sleep quality. According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, reading before bed can help you fall asleep faster and improve the quality of your sleep.

To reap these physical benefits, try reading in a comfortable and relaxing environment. Dim the lights, put on some soothing music, and snuggle up with a good book.

In conclusion, there are many benefits of reading books that go beyond entertainment. Reading books can improve cognitive function, reduce stress and anxiety, boost empathy and emotional intelligence, and improve physical health. To make reading a part of your daily routine, try setting aside a specific time each day to read, such as before bed or during your lunch break. Also, try to read books in different genres and styles to reap the full range of benefits.

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Interesting Tips to Make Your Summers More Productive


Summer vacations are the most awaited period of the year. It’s the time when either people get to sit back and relax or plan to travel and pursue their outdoor activities. This year may be a little different.

Nevertheless, there are many ways to make your summers productive while staying at home. Here’s our suggestions to make these summers productive and worth enjoying. Have a look:


If you aren’t already into this great habit of book reading, this is the best time to develop it. Vacation is the perfect time to add more books to your list. Enhance your knowledge and open up your mind. Reading reduces stress and improves your focus and concentration along with the memory. It is a constant source of entertainment not just for adults but for kids as well. The most fruitful advantage of reading is that it helps you improve your writing skills.

Here are some educational books and kids reading books suggested to keep you busy this summer.

Blossoming Kindness

Book: Blossoming Kindness 
Author: Yasmine Hammad 

Blossoming Kindness is an educative children’s read. The author ask readers whether they have a habit of speaking or thinking unkindly for others or your own self? If yes, then let grandpa Hadid teach you the real meaning of kindness and tolerance. Learn the art of using your heart, thoughts, and hands to make this world a better place.


Munir the Millionaire

Book: Munir the Millionaire 
Author: Zainab Ali Albahrani 

Story of an intelligent kid, Munir with an ability of keen observation. He keeps himself updated with the surrounding events and wants to have an ample amount of money when he grows up. Follow his journey as he makes plans to achieve his goals.


Engineering Project Management Highlighted from Design to Execution

Book: Engineering Project Management Highlighted from Design to Execution 
Author: Eng. Abdullah Theeb Qandil 

Ever fascinated by the engineering works going around in your surroundings? This book will guide you through all the steps and processes involved in planning any engineering-related work and the dangers and obstacles faced at each stage.


Linguistic Planning and Policies in the Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

Book: Linguistic Planning and Policies in the Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia 
Author: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Tajjo 

This book answers many questions and sub-questions related to the linguistic planning experience and policies in the Baltic states and the evolution of these experiences over the period of time.


Fifty Tips For a Happy and Balanced Married Life

Book: Fifty Tips For a Happy and Balanced Married Life 
Author: Dr. Mohammed Allam 

To avoid problems in your married life, it is very important to know where these problems are coming from. Many problems can be avoided if the root cause is known. This book lists down all the hurdles and topics that hinder the happiness of a married life. Read this book to know the secrets of a happy married life.



Writing allows you to pen down all your dreams and fantasies. Writing novels, short stories, or small journals help you release stress and increases the horizon of your imagination. Writing is not as simple as it might seem. Here are some tips for all beginners.

You cannot edit a blank page so start writing. No matter how bad you write the first time but do not stop, eventually you will improve. Make sure there are no distractions around you while you are writing. Make use of the internet and your imagination. Always get a feedback for your betterment. Lastly, read a lot. The more you read, the more easily words flow while writing.

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We hope that you and your children enjoy our suggestion of the best books to read during summers and all the writing tips to make your summer productive.

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