Aerobic exercise is a routine that any person can undertake and according to Mathew B. Pontifex and the examination he and his colleagues carried out, when a single bout of moderate intensity aerobic exercise, where their objective measures included attention, academic performance and brain neurophysiology respectively, the exercise which involved 20 children all of which were ADHD positive and aged between the ages of eight and ten years. The results from the exercise marked a beginning of a new era of the victims as those with ADHD and took time to make aerobic exercise part of their daily routine, were able to portray positive results.

The research exercise

The results that from the research not only proved on the positive impact of a bout of moderate intense aerobic exercise to the described victims, but it was also concluded that the target patients had also a greater response on accuracy and stimulus. ADHD is a condition that not only affects alertness of children, but also a medical situation that if not treated in advance, could prove malignant.  There were two tested incidents of ADHD and the approaches of moderate aerobic exercises to provide comprehensive results. Two similar durations of seats and reading after the exercise and those who did not take part in the procedure of the exercise showed that those tested on the account of the exercise had a higher chance of maintaining fluency in their reading experience.

According to previous research results conducted by other experts accorded that children with ADHD were less likely to maintain activity during exercises thus with that in mind the candidates who took part in the exercise still proved to present admirable results thus concluding that exercise was indeed an amazing remedy for ADHD sufferers. On the accounts of neurocognitive function and inhibitory control, 20 minute bout of exercise promotes greater response to stimulus and activity. The burden that has ever since haunted dreams of many children to take part in the society and feel normal just like their colleagues will soon be wiped clean.

ADHD in adults

ADHD is an acronym that stands for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, which is a psychiatric and neurobehavioral disorder. Its characteristics which include a depreciated sense of alertness can be malignant or benign in accordance with the strength in which the condition appears in the victim. Although the condition is normally associated with children, up to 80 percent of those diagnosed with the condition may still be subject to the illness even in their adulthood thus between 2% to 5% may exhibit cases of the condition. Adults believed to be victims of ADHD normally possess peculiar characteristics and behaviors which may include chaotic lifestyles and frequently disorganized. The leading problems in adults with this condition is that other than the condition itself, they can also be diagnosed with cases of anxiety disorder, abuse of illegal and legal substances as well as issues when learning.