Cybercycling an effective exercise for kids with autism

A new study says that exercise can help reduce behavioural issues of children with autism and similar disorders.

Cybercycling was found to be more effective than traditional physical education classes. It is done on a stationary bike near a video screen which has virtual reality. Children can use it to ride their cycles through various scenes and play games.

The study was done on over 100 students between the ages 7 to 16 years.

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