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Yoga for ADHD: How and Why to Include Yoga in Your ADHD Treatment Plan

Yoga for ADHD

It’s no secret that exercise is a powerful tool in any ADHD management plan, but it turns out that different types of activity may help in different ways. While aerobic exercise like walking, swimming and biking can balance the production of neurotransmitters in the brain and relieve stress, yoga has been shown to improve everything from circulation and blood pressure to muscle mass and cholesterol levels. For ADHD children and adults, the self-awareness at the heart...

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