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Anxiety-relieving toys

Anxiety is like a slow poison that takes a toll on the sufferer’s mental and overall wellbeing slowly but surely. It usually surfaces when an individual gets too stressed about their daily issues and problems. In this small yet effective piece, we aim to educate you a little about some famous yet inexpensive anxiety-relieving toys. These toys might actually prove to be a good idea to keep your anxiety and stress levels in check.

Just a few years ago, fidgeting toys like spinners, cubes, etc. were all the rage. Ever wonder why? The scenario was so because it appealed to the masses who wanted to soothe their nerves and curb their anxiety. And that too safely and soundly. So, now that the basics are clear, let’s look at some of the best options out there.

Top anxiety-relieving toys:

  • Squishy Stress Relief Balls: When it comes to being selective at stuff like these, there is no way you can ever be wrong going with these stress relief balls. Squeeze them, stretch them, toss them, or bounce these adorable and fun little anti-anxiety balls. Not only do they help you calm your nerve down but also help your hands warm up. This might even help before fine hand works or handwriting.
  • Slap Bracelets: Admit it, no matter what generation you belong to, you have at least slapped these on your bare wrists. These ruler-like bracelets are so fun, colourful, and great to wear both because of their looks and the subtle clicking noise they make.
  • Fidget cubes: Fidget cubes are probably the most well-rounded, multitasking anxiety-relieving toys I have, personally, ever come across. Not only do these have the basic attributes of a fidgeting toy but also six completely different sensations (on all the different sides) to calm your nerves and transfer your negative energy.

These were some of the best picks by PinkyMind, and we’re sure there must be tons of other equally interesting ones out there. Go try them all, and find the best ones that suit your needs!

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