There are several solutions available for treating anxiety disorders: meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, and medications (which are legally prescribed).
However, is there a strategy that isn’t well-known?
Anxiety rings may appear high-tech, but they aren’t: The majority are incredibly delicate, with tiny beads or several bands that rotate on your finger. In other words, you’ll be able to pick one that matches your taste. But, in terms of anxiety, how do they function?
When our adaptive anxiety transforms into pathological anxiety and inhibits our capacity to achieve what we need or want to do, there is often a component of ‘runaway’ thoughts.
In those instances, having a physical object to focus your attention and thinking on, such as an anxiety ring, fidget toy, or stress ball, might assist the mind in refocusing and re-center.’
But do these rings work?
According to statistics, if you suffer from acute anxiety, which over 40 million adults in the United States do. You should never consider using an anxiety ring as a substitute for in-person treatment or an excuse to avoid seeking help when you need it.
Anxiety rings are designed to aid in the relief of panic and anxiety episodes by diverting and refocusing your brain’s attention away from rushing and overpowering thoughts. The brain receives signals that help you refocus your thoughts on the beads on your finger instead of your anxiety.
There are various types of anxiety rings available, such as the simple bead one, fidget ring, roller ring, and others.