1. Exercise The more energy you burn off throughout your day, the less energy you’ll have built up inside to make you feel antsy. Unused energy is usually released through involuntary, or even unnoticed actions like fidgeting. So make sure you work out regularly and use exercise as a healthy way to efficiently move your body. Think of how you feel after a great workout—you’re exhausted and all you want to do is sit still. Which is exactly that feeling you want to have when you’re worried a fidgeting attack is about to hit.
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