Hello everyone! So today’s posts will be about the use of a Fidget Cube for Anxiety Relief.
The fidget Cube (or ball) is comppletely different to the Fidget Spiner, and it looks like this:
Flipping paper clips, clicking pens or squeezing stress balls – most of us have our own way of mindlessly fidgeting while deep in thought. Sometimes we poke the table, move our legs uncontrollably… etc.
Now, two brothers have developed a new method that lets you fidget discretely at your desk, all while increasing focus and productivity.
Called Fidget Cube, this pocket-sized desk toy is designed with six tactile surfaces that let you flip, roll, click, rub, spin and glide over until your heart’s content.
It is said that you use your pressure points against the different surfaces until your anxiety is better. Although I do not know if that part is scientifically true, I do know that while I am on a bus or in a place crowded with people, holding it and clicking or rubbing my finger around that metal ball makes me feel better. Why? Who knows.
It was really popular a month ago, after the great hit of the fidget spinner (which honestly, I bought to see if it was true that it would help me relieve my anxiety, and it did not).
But this little cube over here goes with me everywhere. It is always on my purse (though mine is pink, not blue).
Do I recommend it as an Anxiety Relief Therapy? Well, I do not see why not.
True, we are all different, and what helps me might not help my neighbour, but you know what? You never know until you try.