In Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

How To Deal With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a severe problem which is treated with the use of stress balls that help with improving muscle strength and build resistance.

In Stress Ball Exercises

Guide To Using Stress Balls For Physical Therapy

Physicals therapist find stress balls to be an easy to use and convenient therapy tool for patients with hand, wrist or finger rehabilitation requirement.

In Stress Ball Exercises

8 Reasons Why Stress Ball Exercises Are Important For The Elderly

Stress Balls are a straightforward and easy exercise tool for older adults, who have limited energy or will to do exercises on a regular basis.

In Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

How To Use A Stress Ball For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be treated using Stress Balls, which help improve blood flow and alleviate pain by doing low-impact exercises at work or home.

In Stress Reduction

7 Reasons To Use Stress Balls To Revitalize Your Body, Mind And Soul

Stress balls can be used in an unintrusive way, in the work environment or at home to reduce stress, enhance mood, increase productivity and induce relaxation.

In Video Games Tip

Video Gamers Tip - Use StringyBall To Maintain Focus And Avoid Injury

Playing video games for extended period leads to stress build-up and repetitive stress injury of fingers and wrist. Using StringyBall tethered to the wrist, video gamers can take breaks between the games to relax and exercise the wrist and fingers, using a stress ball, without disrupting the game flow and concentration.

In Employee Health

9 Strategies That Will Make Your Employees and the Workplace Healthy - Tips for Improving Profitability

Creating a healthy work environment using exercise and other motivating tools, helps increase positivity, productivity, and employee morale in the office.

In Stress Reduction

5 Effective Strategies for Multitasking and the 7 Stress Eliminating Exercises at Work

Multitasking takes shape in several forms and is a crucial part of your day. It is important to introduce stress releasing activities to help you multitask efficiently. Some of these include using stress balls, pacing, and doing push-ups.

In ADD, ADHD, Autism

4 Benefits of Stress Balls for Children - Does Your Child Need a Stress Ball?

Children who have autism or ADD/ADHD use Stress Balls as a way to keep calm and stay focused, as squeezing the stress ball sends sensory signals that occupy one part of the child’s brain, the anxious one, making them attentive.