(FOX NEWS) – If you’re in the habit of reading before bedtime, you’re apparently doing yourself some real good!
A new study says people who read before turning in sleep better, eat better, and even make more money.
The website “sleep junkie” surveyed one-thousand people about their bedtime routines.
The survey found people who read before bed earned more than three-thousand dollars a year more than those who don’t.
The research also found bedtime readers were 12 percent more likely to eat a healthy diet, eight percent more like to keep their appointments with doctors and dentists, and fourteen percent more likely to engage in healthy recreation.