Reading should not be so much of a herculean task. To make reading fun-filled, certain activities should be engaged in. This article will help you find out 5 simple activities that make reading fun.

Grab a pack of snacks

Popcorn is not meant for movie nights only. You can munch some while reading to keep your brain active. Popcorn is made from maize which is a carbohydrate. Your brain needs adequate glucose, which is simply the end product of carbohydrate.

Other nuts, like groundnut, cashew nut, and so on, can however be used as an alternative for popcorn.

Drink water frequently while reading

When reading, especially for those reading for an upcoming exam or trying to meet assignment deadlines, there is a high possibility of being stressed while reading. When the body is stressed, the adrenal gland releases stress hormones, which if not taken care of can lead to dehydration. So, drink water frequently while reading.

Take cold showers in between reading sessions

Reading no doubt can make  anyone feel drained. Some might even end up getting drowsy while reading. At some point as well, one might feel overworked and as such not really having adequate comprehension.

To resolve this, you should take a cold shower. Research shows that cold showers, apart from promoting a loss of fat and improving the immunity system, can help readers a lot.

Cold showers also keep your body awake. When your body is awake, you become more active and alert, making reading easier.

Engage in non-brisk exercises

Take a break during your reading session to stretch and flex your muscles. This can be done by engaging in a non-brisk exercise as simple as walking or taking a stroll. You can do this in the same vicinity where you read. Engaging in slow exercises will keep the body relaxed. It will also not make the muscles feel worn out after sitting for long periods during reading sessions.

 Play music while reading

Reading can be fun when soft music is being played in the background. If this will, however, make you feel distracted, then you should play songs when taking a break in between reading session. However, remember to keep the volume of the song low.

These 5 simple activities that make reading fun will to some large extent help you comprehend better.

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