Reading for pleasure known to improve well-being!

Katherine Mullin

A book a day, because you’re worth it!

Reading improves your health, especially when it’s for fun with Pongy Stinkbelly!

So it’s been proven that reading really does improve your health. Reading for pleasure and well-being is linked; evidence shows a correlation between reading for pleasure regularly, as it can lower levels of stress and depression. Reading also seems to reduce the risk of dementia, with frequent readers (with a daily habit) having lower chance of dementia in later life. Evidence shows us, reading is empowering. The research shows, the more the reading is for pleasure, the more benefits will be felt by the reader.

  Reading improves our understanding of our own identity, improves empathy, giving the reader an insight into the world view of others. In addition to the health benefits, reading for pleasure has social benefits and can improve our sense of connectedness to the wider community.

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