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    If You've Got A Lot Of Nervous Energy, This Sleek Spinning Ring Might Be A Perfect (And Fashionable) Solution

    If you're fidgety then you should put a ring on it.

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    If you're anything like me, you always need to be doing something with your hands. If I'm at work and not typing or watching TV and not eating, my hands seek out other options. Sometimes it's harmless stuff like doodling, but other times I end up biting or picking my nails. I'm no scientist, but as far as I understand it, my hands are controlled by my brain, and so it makes sense that they would be equally nervous and all over the place.


    I know I'm not alone in this feeling, and one way I know this is because there exists a stylish, discreet, and helpful product to deal with this problem. I'm talking about this cool stainless steel spinning ring, which is basically like a little fidget spinner you can wear everywhere and use while it's on your finger.

    The outside band has a neat texture that not only makes it look sharp, but gives you a little traction for spinning. Plus, it's made of durable stainless steel.

    While this may seem like merely a fun little knick-knack, it's got a whole lotta amazing reviews from people who say this thing has made a real difference in their lives.,

    "It catches a little at first, but after a day it spins smoothly. It's very pretty. I have dermatillomania — I pick incessantly and mindlessly at my cuticles and the skin around my nails. When my finger goes searching for skin imperfections to pick at, I redirect to the ring. It doesn't work 100% of the time, but it helps A LOT. I wear it just above my knuckle, where it's easy to reach." —andrew b hyten

    "Having suffered with debilitating pain for many years, I'm determined to live narcotic-free. I have ADHD, and I've learned that one part of my brain needs to be busy so the primary part of my brain can concentrate on whatever task is at hand. I decided to try this as my first fidget ring. It fits on my ring finger and my thumb perfectly. It rests just below the middle knuckle. This ring keeps my mind busy when the pain becomes distracting. I find the textured surface to be comforting. The ring spins quite freely and without much effort. I can remove it with ease as long as my joints aren't swollen. I sort through donations for work, so it gets dirty and hit with alcohol wipes often. After a month, it still looks brand new and spins with ease. I now only notice my pain 23.5 hours a day, so I consider this money very well spent." —Stephanie Anne

    "I've bought two of these over the last year. They're ideal for fidgety people and those with a tendency to be anxious. I got one because I was going to publicly speak at an event for the first time. I'm a fidgety gal, and this ring helped me get through a public speech. It's pretty and it is also very functional. The quality is high and it has a lovely opalescence to it." —imisssienfeld

    Anxiety, bad habits, and trouble focusing are all things people say this ring has helped with. Plus, even though it's super affordable, folks say it holds up to being worn all the dang time.

    "I've had this ring for over six months and it's still going strong. I wear it in the shower, swimming pool, and at night and it still looks as good as new. The spinning portion can get gunked up depending on what kind of hand soap I use, but all I need to do is give it a good wash in dish soap with hot water and it's as good as new. It helps keep me from picking my cuticles and helps me concentrate while I'm studying. All in all, I am very satisfied with this ring and would recommend it." –Joy

    "I love this ring. I've had it on nonstop since it arrived. It does seem to run a little tight. It spins incredibly smoothly. It has felt a little gritty a couple of times, but a quick rinse with water and some soap, and it's good to go. You *might* want to order a size up if your knuckles are slightly larger, like mine. Everyone at my workplace has complimented it and several of them said they were looking to get one because they saw mine. I bought the rose gold and I may eventually get the rainbow one, too. I love my ring, and I honestly don't know how I've gone so long without one. It's helped my anxiety slightly by giving my hands something to do that's not picking at my skin, so that's something, and you really can't beat it for the price!" —Lauren Roland

    "I LOVE this ring. It does a wonderful job of keeping me focused on exams and homework, and despite how often I spin it, it shows zero signs of loosening. The sandblasted finish isn’t scratchy or itchy against my other fingers. It is literally a perfect ring." —Emily Peters

    And as if all that weren't enough, it's also just straight-up cute!,

    "I wear this ring every day and I’ve had it for about six months. It doesn’t stain my finger or fade in color, and it's really great quality, especially for the price! I love it!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in sizes 4-12 and in six colors).

    Want more things to futz with? Check out 29 Perfect Toys For Keeping Your Fidgety Hands Distracted.

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