Anxiety Jewelry You Need to Calm Down
Sometimes it’s nice just to do a post about products you can buy to help your anxiety. That’s what you’ll find here! This is a list of 7 pieces of anxiety jewelry that you can buy to help manage your social anxiety.
No, jewelry isn’t going to make your anxiety go away, but it could help to make you feel better about yourself, give you something to burn off nervous energy, and even help you to relax.
Let’s take a look at the lineup of anxiety jewelry below! And if you haven’t already, make sure you sign up for Ebates so that you earn cashback on all your Amazon purchases.
You Anxiety is Lying to You Bracelet
I like this bracelet because the engraving reminds you of something very important: Most of the time, your social anxiety is lying to you. People are laughing, but it’s not about you. When someone makes eye contact, they aren’t automatically judging you. Your anxiety is lying to you and this bracelet can serve as a reminder.
Essential Oil Turquoise Bracelet
This essential oil bracelet will let you bring the scent of lavender wherever you go by dropping an essential oil onto the lava beads, which has been shown effective in reducing anxiety. I love the colors of this bracelet and that it’s adjustable in size (perhaps better than the bangle above if you’re concerned that the bracelet will be too small). Turquoise is also associated with stress reduction and insomnia, so it’s the perfect stone to put you in the right mindset for sleep or just relaxation.
Chewable Necklace (Chewelry)
I couldn’t believe it when I saw there was a chewable necklace! My daughter informed me that these are actually all the rage and called “chewelry.” At her school, the students with developmental disabilities use these. However, I can absolutely see a use if you have social anxiety and tend to have nervous habits like nail or lip biting. This would give you something to do instead. I chose the lavender one for this listing, since it reminds me of the lavender essential oil.
I love the look of this worry ring that doubles as a fidget object. It seems like it would go with most outfits, and the fidget part of the ring is rather discreet. I tend not to wear jewelry because when I do, I automatically start fiddling with it. But this ring is made for fiddling, so I might give it a try.
I’ll be honest, this ring isn’t my top pick. It’s a bit large and flashy for my taste. But it’s interesting that it’s a fidget ring that again is completely in disguise. So I can see if you really want to have a fidget ring that just looks like a normal ring, this might work for you.
This diffuser necklace reminds me of a little time capsule. Apparently, you can add drops of essential oil and the necklace will hold them in place regardless of what position it is in. So you don’t have to worry about losing oil or having to frequently refill, as would be the case for the necklaces that use a felt pad. I like this one a lot, but I think my first choice would be the one below (the dream catcher necklace).
Dream Catcher Necklace
My daughter is a huge fan of dream catchers of all kinds! That’s why I had to include this one on the list. I like that it’s a bit different than just the regular lockets with felt pads. It includes a stainless steel feather and amethyst bead charm. Amethyst is associated with meditation and calm, so it’s a good choice. I think this necklace would also make a really nice gift for someone you know is living with anxiety. Include a bottle of your favorite essential oil and you’ve got a super easy gift idea.
Rose Gold Serotonin Necklace
This necklace is in the shape of the serotonin molecule, which is what is responsible for making you feel happy. You can get this necklace in sterling silver or gold, but I think I like the rose gold best.
Modern Oval Diffuser Necklace
I learned about this necklace from fellow blogger Ashley at Lovely Holistic Living. What I like about this rose gold diffuser necklace is that the design of it is completely unique; I looked all over Amazon and several other marketplaces, and could not find anything similar. In addition, the store that sells this necklace, Drops of Jewelry, donates a portion of the proceeds from every sale to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. If you’d like to get one for yourself, use the code DROP10-ABOUTSOCIALANXIETY to receive 10% off your order.
That’s my round-up of the best anxiety jewelry I could find for social anxiety. I’d love to hear if you have any anxiety jewelry yourself, or if you’ve purchased one of these pieces. Let me know in the comments below!
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