Sleeping on Your Book Can be Good for You

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It is fact that learning new things can be a difficult and boring task. But if you are a student or a professional or even an entrepreneur you need to learn new things everyday.

It is fact that learning new things can be a difficult and boring task. But if you are a student or a professional or even an entrepreneur you need to learn new things everyday.

And with the growth of Internet usage, information around us is growing at a breakneck speed. We need to be aware of so many subjects, learn so many things and be expert of so many different areas that it is becoming very difficult everyday.

But it need not be that difficult. Any body can increase their speed-of- learning-new-things and keep pace with ever increasing volume of information around by following few simple methods.

Research has shown time and again that just after we learn new things it is good to go for a sleep for a couple of hours. It makes learning more effective.

Learning new things creates new nerve pathways in human brain and subsequent sleep helps this new pathways grow stronger.

This can be good news for those students who find learning and memorizing their lessons a formidable task. Now they can take it easy. All they need to do is reschedule their time.

Making it such, that, s/he studies the tough to handle subjects at night before going to bed.

There are many such small and little known techniques which can enhance our power of learning.

Another helpful method is keeping a notebook handy while studying and taking notes on it as the reader continues going through the material. This simple technique may increase retentively phenomenally even if the notes are not touched afterwards.

Are you running short of time? But need to complete reading a lot of written material. You can easily accomplish this. Start reading while you stand on your feet.

Reading on your feet makes your reading faster.

Taking heavy meal may decrease your power of comprehension for some time afterwards. So do not take heavy meal before tackling new lesson.

In his e-book "How to Learn New Things Easily, Quickly" Author Tapan Sarkar compiled forty eight such useful and simple to implement tips which will help anybody particularly the students to maximize their ability to learn new things fast.

The e-book is in PDF format and freely available from: http://pwrinfo.com/leq

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