The speed of a reader’s brain depends largely on how much they can concentrate and absorb information.
When reading, the brain is in a constant state of flux, and it’s important to focus on reading at a steady pace to avoid the distracting effects of slow brain waves.
For example, a fast reader might have a hard time focusing on a passage, whereas a slow reader will have trouble reading and will fall into a slow-wave state, according to a study by University of California, Irvine researcher Dr. Peter Sacks.
If you are reading at an unbalanced pace, your brain will be less able to process information and will be prone to errors, Sacks said.
If the brain can’t read, it won’t process the information correctly, and you won’t be able to tell if the information is correct or not, he added.
This is why slow reading practices are so important to your mental health, Sacking said.
You need to speed up your reading process to avoid any errors.
When you read fast, your mind becomes hyper-focused and your brain’s processing capacity gets overwhelmed.
As a result, your body may not have enough time to absorb information and your eyes may become fatigued.
But when you read slow, you have a more balanced brain, and your reading speed will be better.
Here’s how you can speed up the speed of your brain: Get the word speed You need fast reading speed.
If reading at 100 words per minute, your average brain speed is about 110 words per hour.
To read a passage at about 20 words per second, your reading time would be about 1.5 minutes per hour, according the study.
Read quickly If you read quickly, your eyes get used to reading and can absorb more information.
You can get better at reading quickly by taking breaks from reading, Sackers said.
A fast reader can read at a slower pace than a slow one, and they can focus more intensely.
For a faster reader, you’ll need to read more slowly.
Try to read for longer periods of time A slow reader needs longer passages to focus in on, but a fast one will read more quickly.
For instance, a slower reader may read a paragraph for 20 to 30 seconds at a time, whereas the fast reader will only need to wait about 10 seconds to get through the whole passage.
If a slow reading speed helps you focus more deeply, then it’s worth trying to increase it to at least 40 words per paragraph, Sack said.
Read more slowly Increase the speed, but keep it in the normal range A slow reading rate will not increase the speed at all.
So if you need to increase the pace, you need at least a 30-word passage or a 15-word paragraph.
But for a fast reading rate, you can keep it within the normal human reading speed range of about 70 to 80 words per line, Saks said.
For people with ADHD, it’s best to read faster.
But if you can read faster, it will help your brain to get used and stay in the same rhythm.
When your reading gets too fast, it can become a distraction.
This may cause you to fall into the slow-wiring state.
Sacks suggested that you could increase the reading speed gradually.
For some people, such as children and those who have ADHD, the slow reading speeds can be a challenge to read.
But reading faster will make it easier for you to focus, he said.