Reading is a very solitary and personal activity. So it is you the only one who can answer that question. I myself like reading, it gives my life an "extra room", and along daily life I often reminisce beautiful thoughts and scenes that I've read, which bring me joy and new ideas. I also think my capability to express myself, my reasoning capabilities, and even my human compassion have been increased for having read so much and so diverse.
But I wouldn't ever try to impose reading to someone who does not "get it", under the excuse that "it is good for them". The good thing about our times is that "being a reader" is no longer something that gives you "social status"; in other times, people tried to "look well read", even if it wasn't true, because that caused admiration in others. That is no longer true, now nobody cares if you're a reader or not. So it's only up to you to decide if such activity is worth your while. If you do, nobody can dissuade you, and if you don't, nobody can convince you.