What is Fidgeting?
Fidgeting is the act of moving about restlessly in a way that is not essential to ongoing tasks. Fidgeting may involve playing with one's fingers, hair, or personal objects. Fidgeting is commonly used as a label for unexplained or subconscious activities and postural movements that people perform while seated. A common act of fidgeting is to bounce one's leg repeatedly, chewing the back of pens, playing with your ring or cracking knuckles.
What are Fidget Toys?
Fidget toys are usually small objects that come with a variety of buttons and switches that the user can play with, and aim to aid fidgeting.
Fidget toys can reduce anxiety and stress, enhance dexterity, help students with learning disabilities such as ADHD, improve coordination and fine motor skills and assist in the development of muscles of small hands, help quit smoking and stop biting nails, and are also good for people with autism, dementia or Alzheimer.
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