Background: I have a family member who suffers from Parkinson's Disease. He uses his drugs as his doctor told him but, as many of you might knew before, those (the drugs) are not certain cure for ...
This question is the third in a series, after: 1. Improved Typing as a result of slight movement 2. Neural Processes of Inducing Flow Background: Pseudo-random, 'swaying', motion appears to ...
Related to my previous question: Improved Typing as a result of slight movement For context: slight movement (<1 inch in any direction) improves typing, piano-playing, and writing, among other ...
I've found that my typing performance (speed, accuracy, flow) are noticeably improved if I am swaying slightly, mostly side to side, in a non-regular manner. I would estimate that the overall ...