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Top 5 Stress Relief | Anti- Anxiety Tech & Non-Tech Gadgets

In this world stress is a very common phenomenon. We all stress out by daily chaos, while driving, working, planning monthly expenditure and having a bad day in the office or at home or at both.

In the end we cannot control the external process we can only react to it. All you need is to sit back relax, take a deep breath and relief our stress level. You can do yoga, meditate, listen your favorite playlist etc or play with stress relief gadgets.

List down are the top 5 relaxing tech and non-tech gadgets help to cool down like Himalayas.


Tech Gadgets: #1. Fidget Cube

The Fidget Cube is a small hand-held device (known as a fidget toy or stimulator toy) designed by Matthew and Mark Mclachlan, brothers and co-founders of the Colorado-based design studio Antsy Labs.

Fidget Cube

The faces of the fidget cube carry one or two features intended to stimulate different senses. The features include buttons, discs, balls and cogs, switches, joysticks, and dents. The faces are named based on their intended use.

Click: One face has five buttons, with one button at each corner and one in the middle of the face, like the “5” side of a standard die. Two of the buttons  are silent, two are loud, audible clicks, and the middle button has a quieter click.

Spin: A rotatable disc with a small indentation to help to spin the dial. The disc makes a subtle clicking sound as it spins.

Roll: Contains captive metal ball (similar to a trackball) and three ridged cogs (similar to a combination lock), all of which can be rotated. The ball also produces an audible click if pressed down upon.

Flip: A colored rocker switch. On some fidget cubes when the switch is moved quickly it makes a sound whereas if it moved slowly it does not make a sound.

Glide: A joystick similar to those found on some gamepads.

Breathe: A (usually oval) indentation approximately 2–3 mm deep. Intended to be used similarly to a worry stone.

 

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 #2. Spire – Stress Management and Activity Tracker

Spire is a wearable activity tracker worn on the waistband or bra strap designed to analyze breath rates to determine levels of tension, calm, or focus.

Spire has the ability to continuously monitor your breathing and help you use your breathing to help you reduce stress and improve your sleep.

Spire - Stress Management and Activity Tracker


#3. Pip – Personal Stress Sensor & Mental Fitness Trainer

The skin pores on your fingertips are extremely sensitive to changing levels of stress. Pip accurately captures these changes and through biofeedback, allows you to visualize them.

Pip communicates these variations with our companion apps ( iOS & Android ), which use audio and visual feedback to externalise your body’s changing stress levels.

Pip - Personal Stress Sensor & Mental Fitness Trainer


#4. Sona Connected Bracelet

Sona comes with five Resonance breathing meditation sessions for focus and calm. Developed by scientists, Resonance has been shown to increase focus and reduce stress.

It activate your body’s relaxation response through proper diaphragmatic breathing, good posture & helps you spend your day in a relaxed state.

Sona Connected Bracelet


#5. Thync – First Wearble for Relaxation & Energy

Thync is a bioelectronics company developing pioneering treatments for autoimmune disorders and mental health. It is the first wearable technology that “actively elevates your mood and lowers stress,” Thync uses electronic pulses to stimulate the brain.

 Thync - First Wearble for Relaxation & Energy


Non Tech Gadgets: #1. Scalp Massager (Orgasmatron)

The Orgasmatron is a manually operated head massage device made of partially flexible copper wires attached to the handle. The device has been specifically designed to gently massage the head and the back of the neck for the treatment of body stress or pain.

It is made by an Australian company of the same name. The device is sold in the United States under the name Happy’s Head Trip.

Scalp Massager


#2. Fidget Spinner

Fidgeting is the act of moving about restlessly, often as a result of nervousness, impatience, or boredom. ADHD experts have suggested that fidgeting is associated with the level of stimulation we receive. If something is not able to hold our attention, fidgeting increases attentiveness by distracting the part of the brain that is ‘bored’ in order to allow the other parts to focus. Fidgeting is also a natural response that helps manage high levels of stress.

Fidget spinners are marketed as a way to help relieve stress and cope with anxiety and ADHD.

 Fidget Spinner


 #3. Bubble Wrap Popping

Bubble Wrap has always been great for cushioning fragile items during shipping, and we all know it’s fun to pop. So now a company that makes bubble wrap is embracing the product’s use as a stress reliever.

People who pop Bubble Wrap are 7% less likely to be stressed out by missing a flight, 4% less likely to be bothered by a hotel losing their reservation, and 6% less likely to worry about their health.

Supposedly, the benefit of popping Bubble Wrap is that unlike yoga or meditation, it’s instant gratification. And 44% of men and 35% of women say quicker is better when it comes to relieving stress.

Bubble Wrap Popping


#4. Stress Ball

A stress ball or hand exercise ball is a malleable toy, usually not more than 7 cm in diameter, which is squeezed in the hand and manipulated by the fingers, ostensibly to relieve stress and muscle tension or to exercise the muscles of the hand.

Stress buster ball


#5. Powerbuzz Magnets

Powerbuzz magnets are very addictive. Ideal for stress relief, or simply passing time. They’re about 6cm tall and are one of those scientific curiosities with no practical purpose that fascinates everyone.

Powerbuzz Magnets


#. Conclusion

These are some of my top 5 Stress relief | Anti-Anxiety Tech & Non Tech Gadgets. Hope you like this article. In the Comment down below some of your stress buster methods whether it be meditation, playing games etc.

Reference : Wikipedia and  Pinterest

 

Suraj Gehlot

Hi I’m Suraj Gehlot. I’m a maker passionate about writing content on Technology | Electronics | Education |Concepts | DIY on BlogTheorem.com

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