How To Make a
people might be thinking how to make a stress ball to release
stress. Stress is known to be the cause of many problems but it also
can be used for our benefit. There is good stress and bad stress. Good
stress can help us to focus our minds and attain a goal that we desire.
One example of this can be a project that we must complete at a given
time. However that is not always the case.
stress which is the stress that normally people refer too can be the
source of our health problems. A stressed person is likely to suffer
from heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, strokes, cancer and
many more diseases. The reason for this is that our immune system
reacts according to our emotions. A relaxed and calmed person will get
sick less often than someone that is always anxious and worried.
bodies will tend to react negatively when we experience negative
emotions like sadness and sorrow. On the other hand experiencing joy
and happiness will strengthen our immune system.
In order to be
healthy, controlling our stress must be one of our top priorities. The
thought of how to make a stress ball to feel less stressed might be
crossing your mind. There are plenty of benefits to the use
stress ball. It can help you to improve circulation
of the blood,
arthritis and to focus better. Keep in mind that a homemade stress ball
is not going to last for too long. You will need a thick rubber
balloon. Do not use the common balloons that can burst easily.
How to make
you put the sand/flour or powder into a plastic bottle (preferably a 2
2- Then you will stand the bottle and put the balloon over
the top edge of the bottle.
3- After that you will squeeze the bottle
slightly to fill the balloon with some air.
4- The next step is to turn
the bottle upside down to pour the sand/flour or powder into the
balloon while you keep squeezing the bottle.
5- Next you stop squeezing
the bottle and remove the balloon from the bottle.
6- Finally you pinch
the neck of the balloon and make a knot to create your home made stress
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