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The Science Behind Fidgeting

We all know the toy that has taken over playgrounds, classrooms and offices around the world. Fidget spinners — small swirling, spinning, clattering contraptions of whirring creativity. They can spin for hours and really make a racket! But what is really going on with these new toys that have exploded in popularity and all over everyone's desk? Could there more to this than just a fading trend?

The science behind fidgeting

Fidgeting may actually have some scientific backing as a cognitive enhancer or “thinking tool”. The movement, which is any repetitive action done in order to reduce stress, release tension, and provide sensory stimulation has been shown to increase creativity and improve focus.

A new spin on fidgeting

Here's where we come in. Fidget spinners and other toys can be loud and clunky — but what if there was a better alternative? Our subtly designed anxiety ring is here to help. Wear it, give it a quick spin, and say goodbye to those nervous habits. Disguised as a cute piece of jewelry, our rings are more discrete than your typical fidget spinner.

Benefits of fidget spinner rings

Studies have shown that fidget spinner rings can aid in:

✨ Active listening
✨ Improving focus
✨ Calming nerves
✨ Distraction from an over stimulating environment
✨ Stress relief
✨ Skin picking & nail biting

Keep your hands busy and you'll be less anxious

The repetitive, rhythmical movements of fidget rings give the hands something to do, allowing the brain to focus on the task at hand—especially in those experiencing anxiety and ADHD.

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