Drawing is not just a way of transcribing a visual representation with a pencil. It's much more than that. Whether on a physical level or on a social level, drawing can bring you benefits that you would never have suspected!
Drawing reduces stress and anxiety
When you draw, your mind is trained to focus on a given theme without processing too much information at once. This helps relax your brain and body. Additionally, by working on a blank canvas or sketchbook, you can express your imagination, allowing your brain to clear out negative thoughts that can cause stress or anxiety. Ultimately, taking time to learn something new or do something you love can release a positive feeling that can help reduce stress and anxiety.
Relaxing, isn't it?
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The drawing allows you to connect
By drawing, it is possible to share a pleasant moment with family, with friends or even with a huge community on social networks, like you with me. It is a fun tool which will also allow educational actors to carry out activities with their structures and their audiences, according to their educational projects. It's a healthy and fun way to build strong bonds!
Union with a pencil