Kids with ADHD do better in school after 20 minutes of exercise

A new study published in the "Journal of Pediatrics" says that kids with ADHD focus better and are less distracted after 20 minutes of exercise.

In the study, kids with ADHD (between ages 8 and 10) who walked briskly on a treadmill for 20 minutes performed better on a computer game than they did without the exercise first. The kids with ADHD were able to slow down after making a mistake and focused better than without exercising first.

Here's the study:


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