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5 Benefits of Reading as a Senior

Reading as a Senior
March 18, 2020 - 9:00am / By christina

5 Benefits of Reading as a Senior

The benefits of reading are vast, particularly if you are a senior. In this blog, we are going down the list and presenting you with just 5. Check them out!

Protects Your Brain Health

Reading helps you flex your brain muscles and learn new things daily. It gives your brain a chance to grow and change!

Helps with Concentration

Reading requires concentration and attention, which is very helpful for an aging brain. Paying attention and being mindful of one thing is very healthy for your brain and helps with mental health!

Reduces Stress

One health benefit of reading is that it reduces stress. It gets your mind off the world and its stressors in a healthy way, as opposed to unhealthy habits like smoking and drinking.

Improves Your Memory

Reading helps you improve your memory because it requires you to focus and remember key details of the story. This helps improve your memory.

Helps You Connect

Reading gives you to opportunity to do things like join a book club or talk to your friends about the latest novel. It is a great way to connect with friends and is a major benefit of reading.

These are 5 great benefits of reading as a senior, but there are many more. Make sure to pick up a book!

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