Pedaling while studying: Exercise bikes help ADHD students concentrate (Video)

March 28, 2013
A Dallas school for students with learning disabilities is using exercise bikes to help reduce symptoms associated with hyperactivity.

VIDEO from WFAA-TV: About 100 students at the Shelton School, a Dallas school that serves students with learning disabilities, are spending one 55-minute period a day on stationary bikes during classroom instruction. Researchers believe non-stop pedaling reduces symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other learning differences.

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