We all deal with stress (some of us better than others). In fact, according to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of people regularly experience physical symptoms (fatigue, headache, muscle tension) caused by stress and 73% of people regularly experience psychological symptoms (irritability, anger, nervousness) caused by stress. Whether it be from work, school, a lifestyle change, or financial struggle, stress is something we all wish we could avoid. Although stress is practically inevitable, there are ways to manage it. Yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy are just a few ways you can tackle stress. But, for people who may be too busy to incorporate these practices into their hectic schedules, these items may be a temporary fix. They’re small enough to carry in your pocket or in your purse, and can help offset symptoms of stress at work or on the go.
- Stress Relief Fidget Spinner
- Stress Relief Squeeze Ball
- Stress Relief Fidget Cube
- Stress Relief Balm
Wild Thera Stress Soothe Balm ($14.99)
Aromatherapy is a common practice that can help de-stress with essential oils and natural fragrances. Soothing chamomile and lavender in this balm help de-stress and relieve anxiety. According to wellness physician Dr. Josh Axe, lavender oil is “considered a nervous system restorative and helps with inner peace, sleep, restlessness, irritability, panic attacks, nervous stomach and general nervous tension.
- Stress Relief Putty
Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty ($11.99)
Remember how fun it was to play with Play-Doh as a kid? Well, now there’s something similar for stressed-out adults. There’s something comforting and relaxing about squeezing soft, squishy material. If your job is stressful but requires you to be on your toes intellectually, Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty will get your creative juices flowing. Goodbye, writer’s block!
Not only do these items help minimize or eliminate stress, they also boost memory, attention, and productivity The Atlantic reports. So, take our advice, if you’re feeling anxious, or nervous, or antsy, try one of these stress-relieving items!
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