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Stress Ball

(1 customer review)

$2.00 Including gst

Squeezing a PADA Stress Ball may help to release tension and relieve stress, reduce feelings of anxiety, and to feel calmer. Add one to your order today!

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The act of repeatedly squeezing a PADA Stress Ball may help to release tension and relieve stress. Squeezing the ball activates the muscles of your hand and wrist; releasing the grip allows the muscles to relax. The repeated pattern of grip and release helps to alleviate tension and stress, and it is an activity you can anywhere at any time.

Self-stimulatory behaviour, better known as stimming, is a type of sensation-seeking that can ease feelings of anxiety, frustration, and boredom. Some people find stimming pleasurable and fun. Although stimming is commonly associated with autism, almost everyone stims from time to time.

Stimming can also be a way to reduce feelings of anxiety, and to feel calmer. If you are trying to deal with an unexpected change or situation, are stressed, feel frustrated or overwhelmed, stimming can act as an outlet for the tension or unsettled feelings you may be unable to otherwise express.

1 review for Stress Ball

  1. Denise Graham

    I have one of these on my desk at work, they make a great little gift for that work colleague that is hard to buy for!

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