Buzz People With ADHD Try Fidget Spinners For A Week 7 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Is the fidget spinner more than just a trendy toy? Special thanks to NYU Langone and Dr. Lauren Knickerbocker! Credits: … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Jaden Smith's skirt is the latest chapter in the history of gendered clothing. January 5, 2016 The Ultimate Indian Paan Taste Test February 12, 2016 Last year's #OscarsSoWhite problem was bad. This year, it's even worse. January 15, 2016 Most Craziest Kissing Positions Ever January 10, 2016 A man told women they shouldn't wear yoga pants. So they threw a parade on his lawn. October 25, 2016 The Disappeared Trans Sex Workers Of El Salvador January 28, 2016 19 Comments i like tuttles June 14, 2017 Why can't you just rub some coins together, play with a pen, tap your fingers? These are all better, cheaper, and less distracting to others. S M June 14, 2017 Fidget toys help with my anxiety. When I am anxious and no longer able to focus it gives me a way to focus on something and calm down enough to function again. I haven't tried a spinner but I have a fidget necklace and a worry stone and they both help Julie Stevenson June 14, 2017 I love how Lauren, the lady at the beginning, was also playing with a fidget spinner! jayla bryant June 14, 2017 I LOVE this. People who use this that ACTUALLY need it and use it for it's intended purpose. Where's Jermaine? June 14, 2017 ADHD+Autism=fidget spinner Duff The Psych June 14, 2017 Pro (literally) tip: if you're using this as a tool, try to avoid using it as a toy as well. Train it as a coping tool and use it only in those moments or in practice for those moments. 100 subs without Videos June 14, 2017 Do fidget cube Nicole Rogan June 14, 2017 where did Sarah get her glasses? I love them! GalaxyLynx AJ June 14, 2017 They don't really help me. Sometimes I spin mine a lot when I'm stressed and it can help, but usually it's a distraction to me for what I'm supposed to be doing. Which is not good if you're a person with ADHD like me. Lovely Queen635 June 14, 2017 Lol I have ADHD an the fidget spinner doesn't help me, it frustrates me Walking Dissapointment June 14, 2017 Im suspecting that I have ADHD because I don't pay attention much to anything. my hands are always doing something. And I think that its good that someone is using it for what its meant for Eric Arellano June 14, 2017 I own one… because someone lost theirs… lol MichaelNZC June 14, 2017 Who was spinning their fidget spinner while watching this sforzie June 14, 2017 I have a tendency to disassemble and reassemble pens, so maybe something like this might help. Maybe one of those fidget cubes? Wendy June 14, 2017 I chew gum to relieve anxiety. Lauren G June 14, 2017 I have ADHD and I have times where I can't stop moving but I'm exhausted, so I use a fight spinner. It really helps Subsist Sound June 14, 2017 I saw the name knickerbocker and I couldn't stop laughing. Comedian jokes got to me. Sorry sml4915 June 14, 2017 I suffer from anxiety and ocd. i got 2 toys to help. the fidget spinner was useless. the twisty plastic toy is more tactical and keeps me from pulling hair/skin. Bridget M June 14, 2017 Who else was using a fidget spinner while watching this video??