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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is not limited to children -- 30% to 70% of kids with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. In addition, people who were never diagnosed as kids may develop more obvious symptoms in adulthood, causing trouble on the job or in relationships. Many adults don't realize they have ADHD, leaving them mystified about why their goals seem to slip out of reach.
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One of the hallmarks of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD ) is fidgety, restless behavior. That's why many kids with ADHD wiggle and squirm whenever they're asked to sit still for any length of time. To release that restless energy, kids with ADHD need to get plenty of exercise . Research is finding that staying active not only lets kids with ADHD burn off steam, but it also can help with issues such as:
lack of focus
poor social skills
When used along with traditional ADHD treatments such as stimulant medicines and counseling, regular fitness can have a positive impact on a child's ADHD symptoms .
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