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Fidget Cubes

Fidget Cubes

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This fun little cube is a 3D printed fidget toy that is the perfect thing to carry with you. It can be manipulated with one hand or both to keep your hands and mind busy or occupied. Do not be alarmed if it shows up with really tough joints at first but they will loosen up the more it is used. More colors are always coming! These are 3D printed items and due to the nature of 3D printing, there may be slight imperfections such as layer lines; however, every product is inspected for quality and functionality before being shipped. As always, if you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to message me.

Here are some of the additional potential benefits of fidget toys according to SensoryEdge:

1. They might improve scholastic achievement in students. In a 2006 pilot study, sixth-grade students were asked to use stress balls during both direct instruction and independent study. Students who used the stress balls exhibited improvements in attitude, attention, writing abilities, and peer interaction.

2. They can help relieve anxiety. Anxiety can cause restlessness, but fidget toys provide an outlet for anxious behavior. By giving individuals something to keep their hands busy, fidget toys can have a calming effect. One study found fidget toys relieved pre-surgery anxiety in adults.

3. They may help people with ADHD focus on a task. People, particularly children, with ADHD tend to fidget but the more they move, the better they focus. A study conducted at UC Davis revealed that overall movement improved performance on cognitively demanding tasks.

4. They can stimulate the brain stem with movement. The brain stem plays a crucial role in controlling essential bodily functions like respiration, heart rate, and consciousness. Movement, even just with the hands, helps keep the brain stem alert and stimulated. 5. They might help soothe PTSD sufferers. Fidgeting is a self-soothing behavior that can help with various forms of anxiety as well as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They are classified as a rapid stress management technique (RSMT) which helps draw focus away from distressing symptoms like flashbacks, panic attacks, and negative emotions.

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