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Kids Who Exercise Are More Attentive

Kids Who Exercise Are More Attentive

Kids Who Exercise Are More Attentive

Your kids aren’t known for their attentiveness. You know how easily they can get distracted, or how impatient they can become when you lecture them or give them instructions. But you’ve noticed that recently, they’ve been especially inattentive. They can’t stand listening even to short things that you say.

Did you know that their physical health may play a role in this? It’s possible that they are not getting enough exercise. Studies have shown that kids who lead active lifestyles and who exercise with their parents have longer attention span than those who sit all day long.

Kids Who Exercise Are More Attentive

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