There is a time and place for everything, and this includes doodling.
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As a mainstream understanding, we know of doodling as "absentminded scribbling". There are many different types of doodling such as:
The benefits of doodling are:
A number of studies and extensive research point out that doodling, that is scribbling or drawing in a seemingly distracted manner, is actually great for information retention in the mind and fostering of creativity.
Doodling sets the mind up for greater, more expansive creativity and gets the neurons to fire. It frees up memory and increases the attention span.
Using simple words and pictures helps us to see connections between pieces of information, get a better idea of what we understand and what we don’t, and remember it for later.
By using a combination of words and quick images, the note-taker listens, digests, and captures on paper the essence of what has been heard.
The process of making art allows individuals to explore themselves and their emotions, it aids them when facing hurdles in their lives, and even increase mindfulness.
The same parts of our brain are activated when we make art and when we deal with solving problems, which makes art a great way of release since it can be a practice ground that can help you maneuver both personal and interpersonal issues.
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