Recently, a few interesting infographics about reading have been released. You can check them out in our infographics archive.
Here is a fresh – and highly valuable – addition. The infographic was developed by The Expert Editor, a professional editing and proofreading company based in Parkdale, Australia.
The visual presents fourteen different ways reading can improve the brain and body.
Science has shown that reading has some amazing health benefits, including helping with depression, cutting stress, and reducing the chances of developing Alzheimer’s later in life.
Besides explaining how reading can help strengthen brain or improve health, there is also an interesting part about how book characters can positively influence real-life decisions.
There is one condition, though. You can see books doing wonders only when you read them regularly.
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