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For centuries fidgeting was considered a rude and annoying habit that needed to be extinguished.

The tables have turned and now it’s finding its way into mainstream treatment for ADHD and disorders that can make it difficult to focus.

Recent research has found that by providing an outlet for the “fidgeting”, people with learning disorders are able to better focus and learn.

It is even helpful for those that don’t suffer from learning conditions — if your hands have something to do, your mind can focus on the task at-hand.

Find yourself fidgeting aimlessly?

Check out some of the great pocket-sized toys that won’t disrupt your co-workers in those endless meetings via https://www.focusfied.com/fidget-toys-help-adhd-add/

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