The book "Stopping ADHD" by O'Dell and Cook also details exercises (specifically crawling) to treat the underlying causes of ADHD. Brain Gym and Bal-A-Vis-X are other exercise-based treatment programs. There's also a Japanese method for treating autism that involves hours of rigorous exercise in a group setting every day. A lot of these programs are based on the theory that the symmetric tonic neck reflex and other infant relfexes that are typically outgrown by age 1 are causing the attention and/or hyperactivity issues. More than 30 years of scientific research back up this theory. The research is all in the field of education, not medicine, so most medical doctors have never heard of this...but the studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
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