10 Reasons Why Reading Is Important #infographic

Anything you want out of life, you can get a step closer by reading. That is a bold statement, but it’s true. If you’ve ever wanted to overcome a problem, someone has done it before. If you’d like to live a fantasy life, books will bring you there. For thousands of years, reading has been a great source of information, entertainment and much more.

It’s no surprise then that we were taught to read when we were young. Unfortunately, most people today don’t like reading. With technology, the rise of the internet and social media taking over our lives, we get easily distracted, and our concentration levels go down. As much as technology benefits us, it still makes things easier, and that makes us more reliant on technology and less likely to have the drive to push hard. At Self-development Secrets, we hope this infographic will help you understand the importance of reading and lead to a new habit in your life.

An infographic by Selfdevelopmentsecrets.com.

5 Benefits of Meditation for the Mind and Body #Infographic #Meditation

It looks like people have been meditating for thousands and thousands of years. The ones who were able to achieve the most incredible results even became legends. Surely, they wouldn’t have been doing that, if there were no meditation benefits, right? And it is not only about relaxation and calming yourself down. We always expect to have health benefits as well, but how can we observe them? If we actually can.

Don’t worry. Now, with the development of different technologies, we are able to monitor the processes that occur in one’s body. It has become an important and exciting field of studies. We can clearly see the mind-brain relationship on different devices and show the benefits of meditation with the help of computers, spreadsheets, and MRI scans.

Here are the 5 most fascinating benefits of meditation. Who knows, maybe results of scientific research will help you make up your mind and finally start those relaxation sessions?

An infographic by ScienceLass.

7 Health Benefits of Walking #Infographic #Walking

Physical activity doesn’t have to be complicated. Walking is a simple way to keep your body and mind healthy. You can do it almost anywhere, no matter the season – you only have to leave your house and start walking.

Here are a few of the numerous health benefits of walking: strengthens your heart and bones, improves your mood, allows you to lose weight and live longer, gives you a vitamin D boost and reduces cancer risk.

It is also a low-impact way of exercising. It doesn’t put too much stress on the bones and muscles. That’s the reason why athletes who are suffering from a long-term injury often start their exercise routine with fitness walking again. For the reasons mentioned above, it’s also the perfect form of sport for overweight people who want to start exercising and don’t know where to start.

An infographic by WOO Walkers.

10 Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Dark Chocolate #Infographic #Chocolate

Today we’re going to blow your mind with a pretty bold statement, but one that is 100% true… Chocolate can actually be good for you.

Now, before you go crazy on your keyboard, we are of course talking about dark chocolate. It’s an awesome superfood, packed full of a whole range of health benefits. Want to boost your cognitive function? Want to improve your efforts at weight loss? Want to ensure you have a healthy heart in later life? Then it’s about time that you gave serious thought to a daily dose of the dark stuff.

Over at The Online Grill, we’ve put together an infographic on the 10 ways that dark chocolate can be good for you. From improving your brain power, to helping your memory, to even helping you lose weight (yes, really!), we’ve got it all covered.

Take it in, and remind yourself every time you reach for another square of dark chocolate that you’re really doing yourself a bit of good – Enjoy!

An infographic by The Online Grill.

The Remarkable Health Benefits of White Tea #Infographic #Tea

In today’s time, our markets are well filled with a variety of tea types, luring us tea lovers into testing all of them; namely: green tea, black tea, bobo tea or pearl tea. One such healthy yet super delicious example of the rare types would be white tea!

White tea possesses a very little amount of caffeine, is minimally processed, and contains very high amount of polyphenol and antioxidants than other tea variants.

This close cousin of the tea family is known to fight a number of disorders including that of liver, cardiovascular, blood sugar, obesity, hypothyroidism, is super-effective in fighting aging and acne and what not.

I’m sure you want to learn more about this miracle tea. Check out this fantastic infographic to know more!

An infographic by stylecraze.