Yes, there is hope for you. Research with injury-prone athletes suggests that the root cause of clumsiness often lies in the mind – stress can dull reflexes and narrow our focus, making us less aware of our surroundings and less able to react appropriately when we bump into things or fall awkwardly.
Lower your stress levels and your Humpty Dumpty days may soon be over. But if your problems are serious and chronic, it’s possible that you have dyspraxia. This brain disorder affects movement control and coordination. Visit your GP if you are concerned, or visit dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk.
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