Fun with exercise for kids with autism, ADHD
November 15, 2016
A new study says that kids with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder feel encouraged to exercise if fun and comfort is included in it.
The research found that such children can be motivated to play the sports they like more, like basketball, running and tennis.
Due to the comfortable environment, such children take more interest in physical activities and stay active.
Regular exercise helps prevent or delay conditions of autism and ADHD.
Increased physical activities can also provide short-term and long-term benefits to physical, emotional and social well-being of such children.
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