How to improve co ordination

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How to improve co ordination

Postby dyspraxic93 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:52 pm

These are my problems

1. When walking I can suddenly lose my balance and go to fall
2. Handling money is very nerve-wracking
3. When I talk my lips move weirdly, don't know if that's because of dyspraxia?

Etc...

Please give me tips!
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Re: How to improve co ordination

Postby Creative » Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:26 pm

If you think you are going to fall then put out both arms to help you keep your balance.
Handling money quickly can be difficult. Just smile calmy and try the best you can.
Not sure about the lips.

Not sure these are very good. Someone please give some better ones!!
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Re: How to improve co ordination

Postby _robyn_ » Thu Aug 11, 2011 10:09 pm

I think with handling money, just relax. Be confident- that is the best advice I can give.

I'm not sure about the lips.

Sorry I could not be more helpful.....
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Re: How to improve co ordination

Postby nathanw-j » Fri Apr 20, 2012 12:24 pm

if i put my arms out when i am about to falll over, i usually go crashing into something :oops:
trampolining is supposed to help though...
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Re: How to improve co ordination

Postby Rodge1991 » Thu May 02, 2013 8:56 pm

From experience playing puzzle and mind games (like chess) helps to structure your life. For co-ordination I would say computer games helped me! When I first played them I would miss jumps but as time progressed my timing and accuracy improved and it also reflected in my everyday life as well!
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