Did you know that there are college professors, lawyers, and even teachers that have trouble reading printed books. Perhaps you used to read printed books, but lost your interest. There’s a perfectly good reason for this…
The more teens and adults read on a screen, the less likely they will be able to read a printed book. “Reading for hours on a screen each day is the equivalent to lead-poisoning.” ~ Lit Up, by David Denby
Your brain is being trained to read only on a screen. If you attempt to read something in print, your brain doesn’t understand what you’re doing. If you lack interest in reading (printed) books, or you can’t seem to focus, most certainly it’s because you read on screen most of the day.
Also if you have headaches, lack of focus, difficult coming up with new ideas, screen reading is the biggest cause of these.
Examples of Screen Reading
Cell Phone (Text Messages)
Don’t forget if you watch TV, that’s even more screen viewing during your day.
In order to retrain your brain to read printed books, lower your stress levels, and create to new ideas, printed books are the solution.