Have you ever wondered why you feel so good inside whenever you write your heart out in your journal? That’s because the benefits of writing go far beyond building up your vocabulary. Writing not only eases the symptoms of mental illness but also improves your mood and manage stress levels.
And there is actual scientific evidence that supports the various psychological and wellness benefits of writing and journaling which we are to share with you in this infographic below.
The best part of writing is that you don’t need to be a creative genius or a passionate writer to benefit from writing, though I can assure you that you will join the ranks of some of the most visionary people. Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, and Leonardo da Vinci all kept journals, writing down their thoughts, ideas, sketches, musings, and jokes.
So the next time you feel stressed and overwhelmed and wish to fix your complex problems, think of writing in your journal.
In the infographic below, we present 11 science-backed benefits of writing.
Check it out before you embark on your writing journey. Even if the world fails to recognize your talent, you will ensure better memory, mental well-being, and cognitive skills.
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2 Replies to “Benefits of Writing: 11 Scientific Facts (Inforgraphic)”
Writing is basically converting your thought into the words. It helps a lot of people in society. Thanks for sharing this article.
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