Did you know that exercise is good for ADHD symptoms? It’s been scientifically proven.
20-30 minutes of exercise can improve brain function, help you focus and be more productive. And the more often you add exercise into your week, the more benefits you get. The benefits of a clearer, more focused mind can last as long as 24 hours.
I have recently started exercising on a regular basis and I can attest to the results. I am quite amazed at how much clearer and focused I am, and how things that used to be hard for me aren’t so much anymore.
Imagine how improved your child’s life could be just by adding a little extra active playtime into their days and weeks. Better grades, higher self esteem, better sleep quality, and a healthier brain and body.
Team sports are a good idea or individual activities like martial arts might work. At the very least, just getting them outside and playing will help.
The benefits of exercise on ADHD are tremendous. Make an effort to put more movement and play in your child’s life – and yours too!