Everyone who has never lived in different countries of the world, often thinks that migration is something stressful and frustrating. Historically, all those who emigrated from the rich areas of the placet were the most disadvantaged people (for example Italians who emigarted to the different countries of South America) and at the moment the largest immigration flows come from the Third World Countries to the First World Countries..
That is why this prejudice is worth something, because it is based on these information. But, at the same time it is wrong because it disregards a silent fact, that is immigration, which begins in Europe and goes towards the emerging economies, like the economies of Latin America, China and India….. Among these economies the most attractive is undoubtedly the economy of the Latin America. And not only for its quality of life and its cultural closeness, but also because of its democracies, that are much more solid than in other countries.
Professionals, often just graduated, who emigrate to richer countries than theirs (for example Italians or Spanish, who move to DACH area, United Kingdom or Scandinavian Peninsula) have difficulty in accessing their wanted tasks, because of saturation of sectors of their competence, because of the problem of language or because of the geographical access towards places where there is a request related to their abilities or even because of their lack of knowledge of the environment and so on…. For every success story there are many failures and these young people end up doing unskilled jobs in these big gravitational centres, that are the cities, instead of moving to areas where they would be required. And, although they are well received, they are always considered by a sector of the population as foreigners who come to take something instead of offering something.
But, in Latin America there is not such a linguistic difficult, European people are warmly welomed both on professional and cultural level. Even established professionals, entrepreneurs who see an undiscovered territory ready for new activities, pensioners who want to begin a new life, digital nomads eager to experiences etc… are moving to Latin America
The transfer process to a new country has never been easy, but at no time it was as easy as today. Usually, migration has always been an affair for the most unlucky people, but never as now it is attractive for people having professional, vital or economic resources.
A change of air, in other words, a radical change brings with it several advantages for our cerebral health.
- Firstly, because exciting experiences are far more satisfactory than object acquisition. When you are living in a foreign country, your daily life is a succession of more and more new incentives, which strengthen your mind better than a thousand of sudokus.
- There is strong evidence that expat life increases your creativity. And not only from the artistic point of view, but just like an ability to find new solutions, that are “out of the box solutions” in every professional, social or personal situation….
- Multicultural experience:
- Facilitates your mental flexibility, for example your ability to solve problems in different ways.
- Increases your awareness of connections and hidden associations, as well as your self-awareness.
- Helps you to overcome the so called “functional fixednesses”, that is your unconscious automatisms, what you take for granted, and that, if you question them, they allow you to find new ways to solve problems.
- Getting out of your system and undertaking to find out new environments, brings about a significant coronary benefit to middle age people. And, if we are speaking of relaxed contexts, less stressing compared to the contexts of western society, benefits will be far greater. The resulting physical activity will ensure that your brain is more flushed and that’s why it has all the necessary energies to keep fit.
- Both short stays and more prolonged stays abroad have been associated with a greater opening and kindness and with a decrease in neurotic behaviours (anxiety, emotional instability, insecurity, tendency to feel guilty). The benefit was greater, the more you lived that kind of positive experience.
Consequently, living in another country is highly beneficial for brain and coronaric health of people of all ages. Not only it improves the quality of your life, but it strengthens your professional and personal abilities in front of new projects. Moreover, if you want to remove all risks and causes of tension, you can certainly rely on Living In Paraguay, the only European company specialized in consultancy to obtain your permanent residence in Paraguay. Living In Paraguay is fully capable of providing you the necessary support to enjoy only the advantages of this wonderful experience!