How jewelry can help someone with anxiety or ADHD
At first glance, the rings, bracelets and necklaces that are considered to be “fidget jewelry” look like any other...As Forbes reported on the benefits of fidgeting and fidget tools like these in 2017, there are “theories but limited concrete scientific evidence” as to why this helps. One of those theories is the act of fidgeting occupies parts of your brain that would otherwise be full of distracting thoughts. In other words, it helps you focus.
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