17 Aug Fidgeting makes children health better
According to a study, Fidgeting makes children health better. Because children who are frequently fidgeting during everyday activities burn more calories. Fidgeting use energy amounting to nearly 3kg of body weight a year. Australia and a university in Scotland conducted this study. Moreover, the study included 40 children’s observation. It has impacts on activity energy expenditure (AEE).
Finally, The researchers concluded that such fidgeting activity could have “meaningful” biological or health effects in early childhood.