What are the pros with ambidexterity (Writing with both left and right hands)?
- GraciaLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Extensively making use of right hand makes you vulnerable to carpel tunnel syndrome. Being ambidextrous means balancing the usage of hands. Instead of putting the burden on your right or left hand, sharing the load fastens up work .Mahatma Gandhi, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Albert Einstein, Alexander Fleming, Nikola Tesla, Ludwig van Beethoven, Michael Jordan, Maria Sharapova, Pele are names of prominent mixed handers.
Ambidexterity in sports is much of booster to reach the top. Balancing of mind enhances better thinking. Studies on ambidexterity reveal that mixed handers are good at reading people, analyzing both sides of an issue and furthermore recall events with ease. Scientifically the corpus callosum (collection of nerve fibers that connect our brain hemispheres), is lot thicker in mixed handers.
“IT OUGHT TO BE CONSIDERED THE CORRECT THING THAT THE MAN, WHO POSSESSES TWO SETS OF LIMBS, FIT BOTH FOR OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE ACTION, SHOULD, SO FAR AS
POSSIBLE, SUFFER NEITHER OF THESE TO GO UNPRACTICED OR TAUGHT.”
We are taught to use either of the hands (but not both) right from birth, needlessly wasting half of the body and brain. With ambidexterity you are free to use any hand of your choice.If you haven’t started yet, then get to work now! Train the hemispheres of your brain to master the art of Ambidexterity.
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