The Impact of Exercise on ADHD: How Movement Can Help
Did you know that exercise can have a positive impact on ADHD symptoms? Research has shown that regular physical activity can help reduce hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention in individuals with ADHD. Exercise releases endorphins, which can improve mood and promote better sleep. It also increases blood flow to the brain, which can improve cognitive function and focus. Incorporating regular physical activity into an ADHD treatment plan can be an effective way to manage symptoms and improve overall well-being. Whether it's through team sports, yoga, or simply going for a walk, movement can be a powerful tool for managing ADHD.