Even if people don’t have ADHD, it’s still important to be active, he says.
Not only can exercise reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and other conditions, it can improve your mood and help you feel better about life.
“You don’t need to be a marathon runner or hardcore athlete to experience the benefits of exercise,” he says. “Regular 30-minute walks can help immensely.
“If you have children, help your kids find activities they enjoy, which will help them stick with it and can set the stage for a lifetime of healthy activity.”